VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
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When you want to be somebody, you drive a Lamborghini. When you are somebody, you drive a Duesenberg.. The Duesenberg II has been acclaimed as one of the most stunning cars in the world today. It will retain that distinction for years to come.
Built to be driven. Duesenberg II (registered trademark) was produced from 1977 - 2011 with a total production of only 71 cars. The last one was built at a cost of $1.2 million. These cars were built to drive. They were built with the elegance of the original E.L. Cord design but with the comfort and reliability of a new Ford. Serviceable at any Ford dealer. For history about the Duesenberg II cars CLICK HERE https://www.volocars.com/auto-sales/duesenberg-ii
This particular Duesenberg II is an all weather phaeton. It was designed with windows verses the side curtains of a standard Dual Cowl Phaeton. Only 7 Torpedo Phaetons were ever built. It was built in 1999 and has only been driven a total of 2997 miles. It has been fully serviced recently including a full mechanical inspection. Air Conditioning was rebuilt and blows ice cold, upgraded stereo with remote, new Hartz canvas top with tan headliner, new Wilton carpet and more. It comes with its original factory documentation from the Duesenberg II factory, original spare keys and tool kit.
Inspired by a letter from Mark Lawrence, a young man from Washington D.C., Gordon Buehrig designed what has come to be known as the Ultimate Duesenberg; The Torpedo Phaeton. Mr. Buehrig met the challenge in Mark Lawrence's letter to design "a car having the appearance of an open phaeton, but the physical enclosure of a convertible sedan. This Duesenberg II is based off of the original masterpiece.
Original Appearance Items
Full scale design 153.5 wheelbase
Full size Duesenberg headlamps with original glass lenses
8 4" flexible stainless steel side exhaust pipes
Twin original type bugle horns chrome
Original Duesenberg radiator grill with stainless shutter bars
Original design, engine turned instrument panel with beveled crystal lenses and Duesenberg instruments
Folding front and rear windshield frames
SJ Exhaust tips
Wire Wheels of full classic size and design
Dual Side Mount Spare tires with full covers and mirrors
Wide whitewall tires
Wilton wool carpet
Original style bumpers
Original design leather interior
Functional pilot ray lights (turns with steering wheel)
Hide-a-way convertible top
Twin Lorraine Spot Lights
Rear seat instrument panel
Duesenberg hand brake
351 CID 5.8 liter V-8 manufactured by Ford Motor Corp
Automatic C-6 transmission manufactured by Ford Motor Corp
Custom built full frame with rigid X-member
Power brakes with front discs
Twin I-beam front suspension
Steel reinforced fiberglass body
Genuine leather interior
Hartz cloth convertible top
Air conditioning and heat
Classic design steering wheel
Coil spring rear suspension
Remote Am/FM/CD stereo
Stainless steel gas tank
Stainless steel muffler
All trim including headlights and hardware are stainless steel or chrome plated brass
Mechanical service and parts may be provided by any Ford or Lincoln dealer.
Power door locks with remote operation
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