Enzo of Oklahoma: ’58 Devin Special

1958 Devin

Bill Devin was born in Rocky, Oklahoma in 1915. One of the great automotive journalists, Henry Manney describes Devin in the July, 1961 Car and Driver as “The Enzo Ferrari of Okie Flats.” Devin was a kit-car manufacturer. But unlike many others that attempted to create a car that would make a mark in history, Devin actually did. Indeed Devin progressed a long way from the sands of Oklahoma to a prominent place in the sports car movement and the automotive industry of the Fifties and Sixties. Today’s featured Devin racer has a split personality – a cross between a sprinter and marathon runner. Since Devins were basically sophisticated kit cars, you could build them the way you wanted. Read More