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1933 Duesenberg

The Duesenberg "Duesy" has been called the King Of Classics, Americas Mightiest Motor Car, and The Pursuit of Perfection. It is the ultimate from the golden age of motoring. Brothers, Fredrick and August Duesenberg's company in Auburn, Indiana built cars that cost 20 times the cost of a Ford. They had a 420 c.i. inline 8 cyl. engine with 265 h.p., a top speed of 116 M.P.H. and luxury throughout. The great depression brought on the sale of the company to E.L. Cord who also owned Auburn and Cord car companies. This was the time period the model J's were built, the grandest of all. In 1937 The Great Depression brought an end to it all. Today these grand creations cost in the multiple millions. A complete history of ownership is known for this car. This Duesenberg was restored and shown at Pebble Beach in 2008. Transformed from a boring tan and beige paint scheme to the show stopping red and black combination you see here. This beauty caught everyone's attention, including Jay Leno's.