Comments - Defunct US Carmakers: Duesenberg

Published: Mar 29, 2013
Description: Few marques have made more of a name for themselves with just a couple of models and a few hundred units of each. Now, even decades after the company went under, the name Duesenberg is still known as...
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LarryandStephanie Espana Mar 30, 2013
@ David, you just told him! Lol....people figure just because of saying deuce it meant a Duesenberg...lol.
David Parenti Mar 29, 2013
"Little deuce coupe" was about a 32' ford coupe. Not a Duesenberg
Tim Collgate Mar 29, 2013
Little duece coupe you don't know what I got haha gotta love the beach boys
Jackson Michael Mar 29, 2013
Adolf* lol
Jackson Michael Mar 29, 2013
Pretty sure Adolfo was a Benz man
Bobaloo Anderson Mar 29, 2013
"Duesenberg"
Bobaloo Anderson Mar 29, 2013
Didn't Hitler have a duesenburg?
Tino Domingue Mar 29, 2013
"that was a doozy"
David Parenti Mar 29, 2013
Someone get Jay Lenno on the phone!
Luis Daniel Angilello Mar 31, 2013
The only American car brand that could have beaten Rolls Royce luxurywise
Nick Rowe Mar 29, 2013
@Lou gotta admit those horns are hilarious haha
Dylan Bruder Mar 29, 2013
Huge cars
Lou Guerrero Mar 29, 2013
Peep*
Lou Guerrero Mar 29, 2013
Peel the AOOOGA horns
Colby Church Mar 29, 2013
I agree, especially for the time period.
Monoman Xenon Mar 29, 2013
That looks fairly attractive
Description: Duesenberg was founded in 1913 in Des Moines, Iowa, by brothers Frederick and August Duesenberg. Their original intent was to make sports and racing cars, and as early as 1914, a Duesenberg had finish...
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LarryandStephanie Espana Mar 30, 2013
August...lol....that goes right with Orville....he used to go by Augie....which I don't know what's better....
Description: This was the Duesenberg straight-8, which they would put into their first production model in 1921. The same years saw a Duesenberg win the French Grand Prix, the first time an American company had ev...
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Jacob Earll Apr 01, 2013
Pure class
Colby Church Mar 29, 2013
Yes sir.
Nick Rowe Mar 29, 2013
Gotta love white wall tyres
Jörgen Nilsson Mar 29, 2013
Who needs a bumper when two wheels do the job?
Description: The Model A was smaller and lighter than its competitors, while still being more powerful. But, of course, this also meant it was quite expensive, and as brilliant as the Duesenberg brothers were when...
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Description: But he wasn’t going to kill the company off either, and in 1926, Duesenberg brought out its first attempt at a replacement for the Model A, the Model X. Only 13 units of the Model X were built, as it ...
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Description: The Duesenberg straight-8 engine was enlarged considerably, and a supercharger was offered as well. It also made the Model A look cheap by comparison. Just the chassis cost $8,500 ($112,600 today) wit...
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Mohamed Alhasan Mar 29, 2013
Sorry I meant the 7 figure range , thanks
Colby Church Mar 29, 2013
"7 figure range"
Mohamed Alhasan Mar 29, 2013
Now they are valued in the 6 figure range
Description: Sales were never as good as had been hoped in 1928, but nothing was selling well after the 1929 market crash anyway. The Model J survived all the way until the company folded in 1937. In another era, ...
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Sam Crockford Mar 19, 2014
A modern representation would be cool
Chris Marshall Ernst Mar 29, 2013
I love boat-tail cars.
Lucas Raggio Mar 29, 2013
Beautiful
Monoman Xenon Mar 29, 2013
Ahahahah
Lou Guerrero Mar 29, 2013
I would. Leather jacket, goggles strapped to my face and all.
Chris Mallinson Mar 29, 2013
Gotta be a right twat to drive this
Monoman Xenon Mar 29, 2013
Most definitely
Larry Farkas Mar 29, 2013
Probably very futuristic for that time
Monoman Xenon Mar 29, 2013
Interesting
Ted Ziemba Mar 29, 2013
Yep; it's Pebble Beach!
Michael Lopez Mar 29, 2013
Pebble beach?
Omar Hash Mar 29, 2013
Looks like hortrrrogg.