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Cord / Duesenberg / Auburn

Cord / Duesenberg / Auburn

The brothers Friedrich and August Düsenberg were born in Lemgo. They founded the Düsenberg Motor Company (DMC) in 1913 in St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition to successes in Indianapolis a Duesenberg set a world record at 251 km / h in 1920; In 1921, a Duesenberg won the Grand Prix of France in Le Mans. From 1921, the Duesenberg Model A was built as a production vehicle. In 1926, Errett Lobban Cord acquired the company; he had already bought the Auburn Automobile Company two years earlier.


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Duesenberg J Murphy Torpedo

Product no.: AM43-DUE-JMT-ME-AC

It has been said that, in its day, nothing could pass a Duesenberg. This model car has hand-built production limited to just 299.

134.95 € *
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Düsenberg SJ Mormon Meteor Speedster

Product no.: TW390-1

The car was driven by Ab Jenkins in 1935 for 24 hours at a speed of 135.58 miles and covered 3,253 miles. 

219.00 € *

Duesenberg J Murphy Torpedo

Product no.: AM43-DUE-JMT-TE-RD

It has been said that, in its day, nothing could pass a Duesenberg. This Tribute Edition has hand-built production limited to just 85.

134.95 € *
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