Produced from 1950 to 1954 by Kaiser-Frazer Corp., the Henry J was built as an inexpensive car for the masses. Rear windows were fixed and early Henry J’s did not even have trunk lids. Being 18” shorter than a typical Chevy of that era, Henry J’s eventually caught on as great cars to turn into gassers. With that distinctive front end, Henry J gassers can be very imposing!
1951 Henry J Gasser, Red – 9.75” long, Features raised front end, front bumper removed, hood scoop, fenderwell headers, mag wheels, slicks, rear tube bumper.