Mystery Monday: Can you identify this classic coupe?

Previous Mystery Monday cars have included a Miata and a 1960s Ford, but today, we’re going way back in time to the 1940s (I think) to try to identify this mystery car. This car is located in Toronto and, according to a nearby shop owner, it’s been there for quite a while. It’s a two-door and wears dull grey paint, possibly primer, and you can just make out a wide whitewall tire beneath the fender skirt. Other interesting features include two hood mounted spotlights and swooping front fenders that carry on to the middle of the doors.

The car has a very similar art-deco style to the 1947 Pontiac Streamliner we recently wrote about, but they’re clearly not the same car. There’s not a lot to go on here and getting closer for a better look can’t be done either. But there are some eagle-eyed viewers among us and we can’t wait to see who can figure this out.

Any guesses? Let us know in the comments below.

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