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Here are the results of the 1922 Auto Body Builder's Show:

"Here are five sketches of motor car designs which won cash prizes or honourable mention at the recent first annual Body Builders' Show in New York. In this competition were entered many leading custom body builders. The drawings are shown here, not only as excellent examples of the present styles in American motor cars, but to lead vivid proof to the statement that the rule of the day, in regard to automobile lines, calls for rigid conservatism."

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Car Design in 1922   (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1922)

Car Design in 1922   (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1922)

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