1951 Buick XP-300

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The Buick XP-300 at the 1951 GM Motorama i November 1951
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Jack T. Chandler's 1941 Ford of Huntsville, Texas. Jack's Ford was restyled by Spohn Coachworks in Ravensburg, Germany. It was completed around 1951 - 1952, featured in Speed Age October 1952, and it is the first LeSabre inspired Spohn build we have found in print. The rear end of Jack's car was inspired by both the LeSabre and the Buick XP-300.
The torpedo back up light on Wally Troy's 1950 Oldsmobile Convertible, the Troy Special, was influenced by the XP-300.

1951 Buick Concept Car.


Cars Influenced by the 1951 Buick XP-300

Jack T. Chandler's 1941 Ford
Wally Troy's 1950 Oldsmobile Convertible - The Troy Special



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