9. That's "Mr. J" to You
Vehicle: 1952 Henry J Coupe
Complex Says: Never heard of the Henry J? It was the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation's mass-market car for the Everyman. It used a 4-cylinder engine from the Willys-Overland CJ-3A Jeeps, and it was the most basic of stripped-down, two-door coupes. Neither the Henry J nor Kaiser-Frazer Corporation survived long after the Henry J's introduction. The former was phased out in 1954, and the latter became Willys Motors.