Bill Kenz' Streamliner

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Willie Young, his mother and his Lincoln stand beside the Kenz Streamliner which was the fastest car ever built in America at the present time (1953). Willie had driven the car 252 mph and has averaged 244.66 mph on a two way run at Bonneville in 1952.[1]

Streamliner built by Bill Kenz of Denver, Colorado. It was the fastest car in America in 1953.[2]

Magazine Features

Hop Up July 1953
Rod & Custom December 1953


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