Duesenberg II Model SJ '1935

Price:
$349,900
Location: USA / Missouri / Saint Louis
Technical data:
  • VIN:
  • DRMVB0000163563MO
  • YOR:
  • 1935
  • Mileage:
  • 14800 miles
  • Gearbox:
  • Automatic
  • Fuel:
  • Petrol
  • Body Style:
  • Other
  • Int Color:
  • Other
  • Ext Color:
  • Other
  • Condition:
  • used
Public Info:
  • Vehicle ID:
  • 2077
  • Published:
  • June 5, 2022
  • Updated:
  • June 5, 2022
  • Views:
  • 12

Additional Info

1935 Duesenberg II Model SJ Torpedo Phaeton for sale. 1935 Duesenberg II Model SJ Torpedo Phaeton Automatic Fuel-Injected V8. VIN DRMVB0000163563MO. This maroon Duesenberg II Model SJ Torpedo Phaeton is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. The car price is $349900. Call 855-586-3413

Finished in attractive Maroon over supple Tan Leather interior and matching Tan cloth convertible top, this replica 1935 Duesenberg Model SJ Torpedo Phaeton for sale emulates the original with perfection! This beautiful reproduction Duesenberg, seen here, is powered by a Ford 5.8L fuel-injected V8 engine and 3-speed AOD transmission. A fantastic example that is now fitted with modern conveniences to include air conditioning, power windows, AM/FM/CD changer audio system, power steering, and power-assisted disc brakes! Additional features include the dual cowls with individual windshields, authentic chrome brightwork, chrome horns, fog lamps, side-mounted spare tires, machine-turned metal surfaces, spotlights, disappearing convertible top design with unique curved rear trunk. Our available Torpedo Phaeton has been driven only 12,506 miles since completion in 1992 and comes complete with original side curtain, storage bags, front and rear seat belts, along with, a battery charging adapter for storage.. History About The Duesenberg Motor Co. & The Duesenberg II:.When the Duesenberg brothers teamed up to engineer specialized racing engines for vehicles, good things transpired for those lucky enough to own one. In fact, a Duesenberg finished 10th at the Indianapolis 500 in 1914, but would prove the endurance capability by bringing the first American win at the French Grand Prix in Le Mans in 1921. From that success, Duesenberg would eventually win the Indy 500 in 1922, 1924, 1925, and again in 1927. To no surprise, this caught the attention of E.L. Cord of the Auburn Automobile Company, who would purchase Duesenberg Motors and Automobile Company in October 1925 in order to capitalize on the its racing reputation and their engineering skillset to begin producing ultra high-end luxury cars. They were to be the biggest, fastest, and most expensive cars ever made from American soil. E.L. Cord wanted to compete against the worlds ultra high-end luxury market against the likes of Rolls Royce, Isotta Fraschini, Mercedes-Benz, and Hispano-Suiza as the worlds greatest luxury automobile!. The company, now simply named Duesenberg, Inc. continued to focus on producing horsepower atop massive frameworks, allowing the elegant body designs to be completed by prominent coachbuilders such as Judkins, Derham, Brunn, LeBaron, and many others. They prevailed in many ways, with only one tremendous obstacle, the Great Depression. Finished cost was upwards of $20,000, the equivalent of nearly $390,000 today! With the average annual household income in 1930 was $1,368, & unemployment at 18.3%, these models were for only the ultra-wealthy, like celebrity owners Clark Gable, Howard Hughes, Elizabeth Arden, and Gary Cooper, along with, foreign royalty, and other elitists around the world. Even gangster Al Capone could not resist owning one! Sadly.

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