“Miss Janet” is a very special one of a kind 1930 30′ Hacker Craft town-car limosine.
Miss Janet, owned by Todd Warner, runs on a 678 cubic inch 225 HP Kermath Seawolf.
She was delivered new to Rainy Lake, MN, as an island commuter. John T. Fitzgerald (as in John Fitzgerald Kennedy) wanted a suitable all-weather transport for his wife, Janet.
The ‘Miss Janet’ was designed as a chauffeur driven town-car affair. The passenger salon was entered with two step-pads to a sliding rear entry step down into the cabin. It sports roll-down windows, hand-blown glass flower vases, and, of course, a cigar lighter as well. The dual doors that separate the chauffeur from the passenger kept it quiet and dry.
The ‘Miss Janet’ is powered by its original 678 cubic inch 225 HP Kermath Seawolf. It delivered speeds over 40 mph at around 2,000 rpm.
She was chosen to receive the Bob Speltz Land 0 Lakes 2016 Most Original Award.