John Sak's Second 1941 Ford

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John's wife Barbra with the Ford on their honeymoon in 1955. John was 18 at the time and Barbra was 17. The photo was taken in Niagara Falls. Photo courtesy of John Sak.

1941 Ford Convertible owned and restyled by John Sak of Syracuse, New York in 1955. In 1952 John wrecked a similar restyled 1941 Ford in a bad accident that almost took his life. The second '41 featured a glossy black paint job, ripple-bumpers, whitewall-tires, duals spotlights, a filled center grill and a complete leopard skin upholstery. The hood was shaved, and the side trim was shortened. John's second '41 was built while he was working in a DeSoto Plymouth garage, at no cost.[1]



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