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2010-02-20 02:28:00
Henry J's were made by Henry J. Kaiser, of course, who became famous during WW II for building ships faster than the Germasn U-boats could sink them, and this particular model of Henry J was called the Corsair. What I don't know is if it's a regular Corsair, which had 4 cylinders, or a Corsair DeLuxe, which had 6. Corsairs were made during 1952, '53 and '54,a total of a little under 17,000 of them in all were built. Sears sold them for a while under the name Allstate. The Allstate came with Sears batteries, tires and sparkplugs. Henry J's are extinct but have not disappeared entirely. If you happen to have one in good shape it's worth a hell of a lot more money now than it sold for new. Funny how that works, isn't it?
2010-02-19 13:54:40
'Kaiser,' not 'Corsair.' (Nice car.)