Salt Flats Racing, in a for Streamliner, Awesome
This little car is really cool looks like a soap box racer, that you can sit in.
You are bidding on a friend’s recently completed recreation of the historic Warth- Hilborn Streamliner, originally built by Bill Warth in 1938. This was accomplished by studing photos of the orginal car as well as detailed photographs of Jim Lattin’s recreation done in 2004. The car is powered by a 1934 Ford flathead, surrounded by a hand formed steel body. The car runs and drives, but is not intended for road use. Sold with bill of sale only, no title. The original car has an impressive record of SCTA speed records from “back in the day”, and will go down as having a very important place in automotive history. This would make an ideal addition to that high end collection, purchased as a show vehicle, or added to a unique auto museum.