Raymond Russell

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Ray Russell's Gadabout of Detroit, Michigan. Built largely from aluminum and magnesium, Russell believed his car had post was possibilities. The build was completed in 1944.
Ray Russell's 1953 Ford Convertible. Restyled in 1953, Ray's Ford featured a 7 inche sectioned body.

Raymond "Ray" Russell of Detroit, Michigan. Ray was an industrial-designer. In 1944 he built an automobile called the "Gadabout" from aluminum and magnesium. At the time, Ray was the President of the Detroit's Industrial Designer's Association.[1]

Ray Russell's Cars

Ray Russell's Gadabout
Ray Russell's 1953 Ford Convertible



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