Streamliner

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The LeBlanc Special is a twin-Hemi streamliner designed by Eugene LeBlanc of Cupertino, California. The build was completed in 1953, and Gene ran it on Bonneville in 1953, 1954 and 1955.

Streamliners

Arnold Birner's Lakes Modified
Bill Burke and Don Francisco's P-38 Bellytank
Bill Burke's P-51 Belly Tank
Bill Burke's First Streamliner - The Hot Rod Special
Bill Kenz' Streamliner
Burke and Laster's Golden Commode
Bob Chaney's Streamliner
The Bristol-Woodside Streamliner
The Challenger Streamliner
Chet Herbert's Streamliner
Chet Herbert's Beast III
City of Burbank-Bob Estes Special
Ed Pardue's Streamliner - The Apache
Geoffrey Hacker's Belly Tank
Hill-Davis' Streamliner
Larsen & Cummins Bonneville Streamliner
Lee Chapel Tornado Special Streamliner
Lee Wise and George Wise's Streamliner
Norman Timbs' Buick Special
The LeBlanc Special
The Post Special Streamliner
Ralph Schenck's Streamliner
Silhouette II Space Coupe
Stuart Hilborn's Lakester
The Lady Bug
Valley Drifters' Streamliner




 

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