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Photo: 1926 Duesenberg Model A

Photo: 1926 Duesenberg Model A

1926 Duesenberg Model A - Significant Cars, Inc.

1926 Duesenberg Model A - Significant Cars, Inc.

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1937 Cord 812    SPEED -The Art of the Performance Automobile Utah Museum of Fine Arts  Marcia & John Price Museum Building  - Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy @A Tale of Two Tramps

1937 Cord 812 SPEED -The Art of the Performance Automobile Utah Museum of Fine Arts Marcia & John Price Museum Building - Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy @A Tale of Two Tramps

Shortly after Errett Lobsban Cord bought the four-year-old Duesenberg company in 1926, the most valuable and iconic car ever made by a U.S. manufacturer sprang to life: the Duesenberg Model J, which appeared in 1928. The technology-rich 5000-pound cars included self-lubricating chassis, twin-overhead-cam four-valve-per-cylinder inline eight-cylinder engines, with a top speed of 110 mph at the nearby Indianapolis racetrack.  By 1937, E. L. Cord sold the company and no more were made.

Shortly after Errett Lobsban Cord bought the four-year-old Duesenberg company in 1926, the most valuable and iconic car ever made by a U.S. manufacturer sprang to life: the Duesenberg Model J, which appeared in 1928. The technology-rich 5000-pound cars included self-lubricating chassis, twin-overhead-cam four-valve-per-cylinder inline eight-cylinder engines, with a top speed of 110 mph at the nearby Indianapolis racetrack. By 1937, E. L. Cord sold the company and no more were made.

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