Interesting Finds: 1933 Chevrolet Streamliner

This unusual 1930s Chevrolet Streamliner was built by Vaudeville comedian Ralph Cook, though its build is believed to have had assistance from Alex Tremulis, who would soon find fame at Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg. In fact, this very vehicle was displayed at the 1933 “Century of Progress” World’s Fair in Chicago. Cook eventually sold the car to the Tragers, a car-collecting family who kept the car from 1944 to 2019. Power comes from an inline-six.

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