Louis W. Struna's 1949 Lincoln

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This photo of Louis' Lincoln was published in Popular Science June 1953 and Special Interest Autos, Jan-Feb 1974.

1949 Lincoln restyled by Spohn Coachworks of Ravensburg, Germany for Louis W. Struna. Louis designed the car himself, and had Spohn fabricate it for him. Louis called the car four cars in one. The hood suggested an Alfa Romeo, the trunk is like the 1951 GM LeSabre Concept Car, the headlight design came from a comic book, and the engine from a 1949 Lincoln. The car was fit with 9 rear lights, 2 tail lights, a turning light, a back-up light in each fender fin, and a stop light at center.[1]

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Popular Science June 1953



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