The Spartanburg Mystery Sport Custom
Currently located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, this mystery Sport Custom was built on a 1941 Hudson coupe. Rumored to have been built in California in the late 1950s, the car features 1940 Ford axles, a Nash grille, and a DuVall-type windshield. In 2017 the car had been sitting for 40 years, due to an engine fire. It ran a smallblock Chevrolet V-8 engine prior to the fire.
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