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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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Budd first applied his stainlesssteel designs to automobiles and throughout the 1920s worked for Nash Motors. His steel-bodied cars were unique in an industry that preferred wood. By the 1930s the use of stainless steel in automobiles was widespread. The ease with which steel could be shaped helped transform the look of modern cars. With their curved fenders, rounded hoods, and long, sleek shapes, the newest generation of cars in the 1930s adopted the look Budd made popular with the Zephyr.

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