John Sak's Second 1941 Ford
1941 Ford Convertible owned and restyled by John Sak of Syracuse, New York in 1955. In 1952 John wrecked a similar restyled 1941 Ford in a bad accident that almost took his life. The second '41 featured a glossy black paint job, ripple-bumpers, whitewall-tires, duals spotlights, a filled center grill and a complete leopard skin upholstery. The hood was shaved, and the side trim was shortened. John's second '41 was built while he was working in a DeSoto Plymouth garage, at no cost.
Did You Enjoy This Article?
Kustomrama is an online encyclopedia dedicated to traditional hot rod and custom cars. Our mission is to protect, preserve and share traditional hot rod custom car history from all over the world.
- Find out how you can become a contributor.
- Forward this article to a friend.
- Subscribe to our newsletter and receive updates on John Sak's Second 1941 Ford and other subjects featured on Kustomrama.
Help Us Make This Article Better
If you have additional information, photos, feedback or corrections about John Sak's Second 1941 Ford, please get in touch with Kustomrama at: email@example.com.