Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Cederkvist (Magnus Haerenstram) starts strutting around an all-women textile mill soon after he arrives as the regional "efficiency expert" determined to whip the plant into clock-work order and bed down whomever he can. (The time is WW II and all the men are apparently away fighting.) Naturally, neither his job nor his crass display of male foibles endears him to any of the young women at the plant - they loudly ignore him. Meanwhile, a crafty porter at a local hotel (Allan Edwall) has concocted a scheme to drum up some business - and his own take as a consequence. He loans Cederkvist a wood-burning 1931 Ford (a surprise to anyone not privy to car history), provides him a hotel room equipped with wine and music - and these three attributes are enough to overcome any bad impressions he created with the women at the plant. For reasons that are taken from some realm unknown to humankind, the attractive, well-endowed young woman jump enthusiastically into bed with this moron, after all, he has the right car (any car, in this case), a bottle of wine, and the latest top 10 releases.