Front passenger-side tire is a little low, buddy. (Duesenberg II, it appears)
There is just one problem...
This article argues how Duesenberg automobiles developed their marketing plan for the Duesenberg Model J during the Great Depression. During an era of perhaps the greatest economic strife in modern history Duesenberg Automobile Company built 481 Duesenberg Model J chassis. The Duesenberg Model J chassis was sold…
It was awesome. I recommend going if it is possible. It was a really nice museum. Give yourself a whole day because their is a second museum behind it which we did not have time for.
One of about 500 photos I took today at the Duesey archives. So much reading ahead of me for this research paper!
I ask you Oppo find a cooler ad than this one.
On the way through Indiana last Saturday I decided to swing by the fantastic ACD Museum in the city of Auburn. Instead, I happened up on perhaps the largest gathering of Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg automobiles on Earth- the annual ACD Festival.
So I am doing my senior capstone project on the history of Duesenberg car company. Why it was the greatest automobiles the United States has ever made and why the company died while building the greatest automobiles the United States has ever made. I will be visiting the Auburn museum regularly for information on the…
The Duesnberg Model J was a triumph of engineering. Overhead cams on an extremely smooth 8 cylinder block that produced up to 320hp on the street. It not only was a grand tourer, the Model J was a limo, town car, pheaton, race car, and personal luxury automobile. Name another car that was the fastest in the world, the…
Happy Indy 500. Here is a a reminder Duesenberg not only made the most luxurious cars in the world it also made some of the fastest.
We’ve all thought about modernized versions of certain cars, but not so much like this.
There’s an abundance of precedent in naming motor vehicles after ethnic groups. You have the VW Touareg, Indian Motorcycles, the Apache attack helicopter, Jeep’s Cherokee and Comanche, but you don’t often see an automobile named after a religion, if ever.
A visual explainer:
Auburn 851 Boattail Speedster
I respectfully disagree.
Just think in 36 hours it will be the weekend everyone!
Some Duesenbergs where just faster than others...
I love going to this museum and I can never get enough of these cars!
Have this to enjoy until I return, along with some appropriate awesome music.