Devin Enterprises, founded by American engineer and racer Bill Devin, was a notable manufacturer of sports car bodies and kits in the 1950s and 1960s. Specializing in fiberglass bodies, Devin provided enthusiasts with lightweight and aerodynamic components for customizing and building their own sports cars. Devin bodies were popular among amateur racers and kit car builders for their affordability and performance-oriented design. The Devin SS, introduced in 1956, was one of the company’s most iconic models, known for its sleek lines and racing pedigree. While Devin cars were not mass-produced like those of major automakers, they played a significant role in the burgeoning sports car scene of the era and left a lasting legacy in automotive customization and amateur motorsports. Today, original Devin-bodied cars are highly prized by collectors for their rarity and historical significance in the development of American sports cars.

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