Rust Heinz, in 1938, came up with this futuristic concept car called the Phantom Corsair. With the aerodynamics and design rivaling the modern vehicles today, this master piece truly beats the elegance and presence of any modern vehicle. The vehicle was never produced at scale as Rust Heinz passed away shortly after the concept was completed.

Heinz and Schwartz based the concept car on the Cord 810, possibly the most advanced chassis of the era, the Cord’s engine was a Lycoming 4.7L 8-cylinder unit, supercharged to produce 190 hp and was capable of propelling the Phantom Corsair to a top speed of 115mph.