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Henry J convertible. Coachbuilt?

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Seller does not know history of this garage find.   Looks too coachbuilt for a custom and yet...?    Anyone with "hard facts" on the history of this car?  

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There were plenty of very talented guys with very questionable taste working at home in the '50s and '60s.

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I guy in TX - has a prototype Henry /J in Texas?

 

Not sure what his name is.. He was 83 years old.. in 2017..

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8 hours ago, nick8086 said:

I guy in TX - has a prototype Henry /J in Texas?

 

Not sure what his name is.. He was 83 years old.. in 2017..

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Think I read recently that the AMP  (American Plastics) prototype was sold.

 

 

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There was a company called Skyline that made Henry J convertibles.  My understanding, as I recall, was that they sold through dealers.

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