More Marvels In 1937 Cars (Jan, 1937)
More Marvels In 1937 Cars
Lincoln’s first Zephyr type coupe has striking lines modifying the air-stream upper body of last year’s six-passenger cars. The coupe’s single seat is amply wide for three passengers.
Resembling the latest planes, France’s Peugot, above, attracted wide attention at the Paris show; also featuring an aerodynamic design was Italy’s Bugatti, right.
The new Ford, with its front like the rakish prow of a boat, and “tear drop” headlights set into streamlined fender aprons, makes it bow. The hood is hinged at the back, lifts from the front.
Britain is still going in for midget autos, and latest is the “Scoota-car Special,” which has a top speed of 45 m. p. h. and can get 80 miles on a gallon.