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Duesenberg X Straight 8 Boat-tail Roadster Mc Farlan 1927

In 1913, the two brothers Fred and August Duesenberg originating from Germany, set up a compnay in Des Moines, Iowa, to build racing cars and luxury automobiles. The name of Duesenberg quickly gained a reputation as being synonymous with high-class cars packed with advanced engineering technology for sophisticated clients. The model X designates a quantity of only 13 prototypes, of which only four have survived to the present day, and the last car that was designed by Fred Duesenberg before the company was taken over by Cord at the end of the 1926. The unique "boattail speedster" fitted with a body by Mc Farlan was originally delivered to a business from Chicago and lavishly restored during the course of the 1990s. From a historical perspective, it represents the prototype for the classic boattail from Auburn. The exhibited car was virtually unused up to the point when purchased by the current owner. Since the restoration work has been presented at numerous automotive beauty contests in the United States.

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