The Phantom Corsair is a prototype automobile built in 1938. It is a six-passenger coupé that was designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in Pasadena, California. Although sometimes dismissed as a failure because it never entered production, the Corsair is regarded as ahead of its time due to its futuristic features and styling cues such as faired-in fenders and a low profile Classic Cars, Bats, Computers Mouse, Beautiful, 1938 Phantom Corsair, Corsair 1938, Batmobile, Art Deco, Design
1938 Phantom Corsair. "Cartier Style et Luxe" Classic Cars at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2006 (Explore) by Antsphoto, via Flickr
1938 Phantom Corsair information Rust Heinz, heir to the Heinz 57 ketchup fortune, was a young designer who had the means to put into reality his car of tomorrow, better known as the Phantom Corsair. It starred in the 1938 movie The Young at Heart where it was called the 'Flying Wombat.