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Processing was continued in 1937 and proceeded through 1941. In spite of an extensive variety of Bantam form styles, running from light trucks to woodie station wagons, just in the vicinity of 6,000 Bantams of various sorts were processed.
American Bantam’s 1938 model is extremely popular for being the spark for Donald Duck’s auto.
Donald Duck’s auto was first seen on Don Donald (1937).