Duesenberg


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Duesenberg

A very expensive car manufactured from 1920–1937 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The original company was founded by two Duesenberg brothers in 1913 to produce racing cars and marine engines.
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com)-- Old Cars Weekly's March 8 cover story tells the tale of a special guest with a special car - Jay Leno's Garage star and former Tonight Show host Jay Leno and his rebuilt Classic-era Duesenberg.
For me, it all started with Sam Moore's column on the Duesenberg.
After buying Auburn and Duesenberg in the mid-1920s, E.
It was like putting the top down and taking the old Duesenberg out for a drive along the shore, only in this case it was a DeMarcay, even rarer than a vintage Duesy.
Mike Duesenberg, manager of brand design for Scholle Corporation, the parent company of Alchemix, commented on the new visual brand identity as a logo.
Foster always had a soft spot in his heart for the so-called orphans of the road -- car brands that are no longer produced like Packard, Duesenberg and Studebaker.
Gilbert Meilaender, the Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor of Christian Ethics at Valparaiso (Indiana) University, is a former member of Pres.
Not to be outdone is a model of the powerful, fancy, 1929 convertible Duesenberg Model J, in bright yellow.
1931 Duesenberg Model J Long-Wheelbase sold for $10,340,000 (Gooding & Co.
A Duesenberg Model J coupe established a record price of more than $10-million, putting an American-made car into territory normally occupied by European greats such as Ferrari and Bugatti.