An excellent example of this collectible 'continuation' Duesenberg,
built by Richard Braund of Elite Heritage Motors in Elroy,
Wisconsin. Not to be confused with a kit car or back-yard replica,
this Duesenberg II is a factory-built, fully finished automobile
using many faithfully reproduced parts. This is one of 27 rare and
desirable boattail speedsters inspired by Gordon Buehrig's
Duesenberg SJ "Fishtail" speedster of 1933. Utilizing a robust Ford
chassis and powered by a 460 Lincoln V8 with an automatic
transmission. Remarkably true to original specifications, down to
the massive 153 �-inch wheelbase. Owned by a prominent Duesenberg
collector and enthusiast and maintained in excellent condition. A
wonderful, usable classic with all the style of the 30's original
in a usable, road-ready package. This vehicle just arrived, and a
full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more
details. Offers welcome and trades considered For additional
details please view this listing directly on our website
1981 Duesenberg II
Location:Saint Louis, Missouri
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