is something you do not see very often!
I believe it is a 1941 Chevrolet limousine
made by the Meteor Motor Car Co. I doubt there are many
of these converted chassis 41's still around out there, very rare!
This one is in the process of being researched and restored.
I am very much looking forward to seeing the end result!
The firewall tag gives this information:
General Motors Corp.
|Style 41-1219||Master DeLuxe 4 door Sport Sedan|
|Body F-2993||No information|
|Trim 115||Tan Pile Fabric|
|Paint 293||Squadron Grey with Shawnee Red accents|
The story goes...
small group of these (8-9) were contracted by the military
to shuttle officers from the airport.
After the war, this one went to Glacier National Park for about 1 year
and then was transferred to Crater Lake National Park,
which is how it came to this area.
After its service at Crater Lake, it went through several local businesses (including Red Ball Stage Lines which runs from
Klamath Falls to Lakeview, OR).
It was then purchased by my friend's father in 1960 for their family of nine."