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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.
1001 Words and Phrases You Never Knew You Didn’t Know by W.R. Runyan Copyright © 2011 by W.R. Runyan
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Dunster, entrusted with message of great importance, addressed to Von Dusenberg, The Hague.
Precythe and parole board members Kenneth Jones, Jim Wells, Martin Rucker, Ellis McSwain Jr., Don Ruzicka and Gary Dusenberg.<br />Their claims include cruel and unusual punishment and deprivation of due process under the U.S.
Among them are vehicles from Dusenberg and Cole, Simplex and Stutz.
The opening chapters narrate the racing and promoting antics of James Gordon Bennett, Willie Vanderbilt, and Barney Oldfield while later chapters describe the technical advances achieved in cars produced by Mercer, Stutz, Mason, Dusenberg, and Peugot.
The guitars also included a Mike Campbell model Dusenberg created for Heartbreakers guitar player Mike Campbell for the band s 30th anniversary in 2006.
Soon the rich and famous were seeking out Lalique''s mascots to adorn their radiator caps on such exotica as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugatti, Lagonda, Napier, Railton, Invicta, Mercedes, Voisin, Isotta Fraschini, Hispano-Suiza, Delahaye, Delage, Dusenberg and Cord among others.
Meilaender, Ph.D., council member and Phyllis and Richard Dusenberg Professor of Christian Ethics at Valparaiso (Ind.) University.
More rewarding are the Heritage Museums and Gardens at Sandwich (pounds 6) set in 100 perfectly-tended acres, while Gary CooperOs vibrant lime green and primrose yellow Dusenberg Derham Tourster is the star of the show in the automobile museum.
Q9: The Model J Dusenberg had an 8 cylinder engine of 6,882 cc capacity.
He counted among his friends and colleagues automotive leaders such as car builder Fred Dusenberg and Charles Kettering of General Motors.
Q9: The Model J Dusenberg had an eight-cylinder engine of 6,882cc capacity.
Even that Dusenberg uses modern oils and some newly-made parts these days, I'll bet.