Fat Bottomed Girls: 9 of the Sexiest Rearends You’ve Ever Seen.
Back in the 1930s and 40s, the auto manufacturers decided that they’d take some stylistic leaps forward as they made some of the sexiest cars the world would ever see. One area of mention that most of the cars on our list has in common, is an absolutely stunning backside.
While all of these cars are rare, some of them are extremely rare to the point that some people have never even seen them in person. One thing is for certain, if you ever get the privilege to see one of these beauties, give it a second look and take a picture because you may never again get the opportunity.
1939 Lincoln Zephyr
This rare beauty is number one on my list for a reason. Back in the day these cars didn’t come with the powerful engines that we are used to today. Having said that, this sex symbol came with a hefty V12 engine that produced an incredible-for the day, 110 horsepower. In the world of fat bottomed girls, the Zephyr has the biggest, most curvaceous booty ever.
1941 Willys Coupe
Unfortunately, the Willys Americar didn’t receive a powerful engine like the Zephyr did. Instead, it got a 4 cylinder capable of producing a paltry 63 horsepower. That doesn’t stop people from coveting these gorgeous rides, however, because this is one of the most cloned cars in existence, simply because it is an icon. And, even the fiberglass cars can catch a hefty premium when properly done because they are so sought after.
1937 Ford 3 Window Coupe
The ’37 Fords came with one of two flathead V8 engines that produced either 60 or 85 horsepower depending on the cubes. However low those power numbers may seem, these Ford powerplants are still being found in these cars today because they can be worked to produce a more respectable power number. These cars show excellent style, even though their rear-ends aren’t quite as big as some of the others on this list.
The Mercury Eight was a mid-level car that was priced somewhere between the model year Ford and the Lincoln Zephyr. It stole the flathead powerplant from Ford, but bumped horsepower output to 95. The car had more to offer, in a smaller package that was actually based on the bigger Zephyr. And, it supposedly offered up excellent fuel economy at 20mpg.
1947 Ford Coupe
A common theme between the fat bottomed girls in this blog post is that they don’t come with big, powerful engines. This Ford is no exception with its 90 horsepower powerplant. However, that doesn’t stop gearheads from stuffing whatever ginormous engine they can find into one. One thing’s for sure, that’s a fine rearend!
1941 Buick Roadmaster
The 1941 Buicks came with the most powerful engines of the time, due to some vast “improvements” over previous years. However, with America on the brink of WWII and these cars being as thirsty for gasoline as they were, these improvements caused some issues for the GM flagship. Sadly, almost all of the 165 hp engines were converted to make less power. The compression was lowered, the spark plugs were changed and the “compound carburetion” was swapped for a less thirsty unit.
This list wouldn’t be complete without a Caddy on it. Cadillac has always been a status symbol, and model year 1941 was no different. However, I do have to admit that I debated for a bit about whether or not I’d include this one on my list. After all, that’s the kind of rear end that you look at when there aren’t any better looking ones around. This Caddy’s engine produced a decent-for the time 150 ponies.
1936 Cord 810 Convertible
The Cord 810 is a car that many have never even heard of. Almost everything about this car screams “different” which is why I’m showing you the front end, instead of the back end—which looks similar to some of the others on this list. However, the front end isn’t like any other car out there. The car came standard with a 125 horsepwer V8 that launched the car to a top speed of 93 mph via the front wheel drive system. Not to shabby for 1936.
1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
Finally, rounding out our list of fat bottomed girls is the only Chevrolet on this list. The 38 Chevy Master Deluxe resembles something straight out of a Dick Tracy flick with its styling of yesteryear. This poor beauty was fitted with a 6 cylinder that only created 85 horsepower, and was slower than a salted slug. Fear not, because these cars never keep their original engine, and only rarely remain un-chopped.
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