Ralph Schenck's Chevy-4 Streamliner was photographed back in 1941. It was the most consistent car in the S.C.T.A. that year and ran a top speed of 121.95 mph at the September meet. The Chevy-4 ran with a Ford Crank and an Olds 3-port head. The aluminum body was made with a bumping hammer and hand tools in North Hollywood and covered a tubular inner structure. It was featured on the July ’50 cover of Hot Rod sporting a Flathead V-8 and a different owner and soon went drag racing. The car was later broken up, and the body was left in an alley to soon disappear.