One of the most famous and possibly the first enclosed streamliner belonged to Albata member Ralph Schenck. The car was probably inspired by the Golden Submarine from years before and was built from aluminum by Joaquin "Joe" Grosso. It ran 118 mph on its first trip to Harper's in 1940. The Chevy four-cylinder had a 1918 Chevy cam, a Ford Model B crank, and a three-port Olds head. The body was discarded by a later owner, but the car is currently being restored.