George Hill & Bill Davis  City of Burbank Streamliner  

2013

Recreation of the City of Burbank Streamliner that was lost in a crash in 1955. The original landspeed race car was built in 1952 by 22 year old California hot rodders, and was the first United States car to successfully break international speed records. Ignition Arts worked with Dave Thomas (car owner) and Bill Davis (original builder) to recreate the car. Images taken prior to a run at the Bonneville Salt Flats. See more on Brian McCutcheon's website.

IGNITION ARTS FABRICATION SCOPE

Recreate body of the car according to photographs, fit to client supplied chassis, paint and graphics, crew the car at Bonneville

MATERIALS & DIMENSIONS

Polyester resin, fiberglass, steel, hardware

LOCATION & CLIENT

Indianapolis, IN

Dave Thomas

 
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info@ignitionarts.com

317-363-0440

3171 Kirkbride Way

Indianapolis, IN 46222

9a - 5p   M - F

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