Henry J - The Henry-J was one of the first, if not the first, true mass-produced American economy cars. It was produced by the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation during the model years of 1951-1954 at Willow Run, Michigan. It was Henry J. Kaiser's "namesake" car and his pet project. He had wanted to produce America's answer to the German "Peoples" car, the Volkswagon.
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