The 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair was the four-cylinder companion to the Henry J Corsair DeLuxe, with improved styling and increased prices. The 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair also shared much in common with the 1951 Henry J standard, a four-cylinder model that was intended to be the lowest-end model.

1953 Henry J Corsair fastback coupe, a good-looking car with good economy
1953 Henry J Corsair fastback coupe.  See more pictures of 1950s cars.

Pluses of the 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair:

  • Better looking (but not much)
  • Improved workmanship
  • Good economy
  • As for 1952-54 Corsair DeLuxe, but with better economy and poorer performance

Minuses of the 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair:

  • The same dull styling
  • As for 1952-54 Corsair DeLuxe

Production of the 1952 Henry J Corsair:
7,600

Production of the 1953 Henry J Corsair:
8,500

Production of the 1954 Henry J Corsair:
800

Specifications of the 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair:
Wheelbase, inches: 100.0
Length, inches: 181.5
Weight, pounds: 2,370-2,405
Price, new: $1,399-$1,517

Engines for the 1952-1954 Henry J Corsair:

TypeSize
Horsepower
Years
sv I-4
134.2 cid
68 1952-1954

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