SOLD: 1924 Duesenberg Model A Custom Dual-Cowl Speedster
Drop-dead gorgeous custom boat tail dual-cowl 1924 Model A Duesenberg Speedster. Numerous spares including engine!
New coachwork faithfully recreates the most desireable sporting cars of the era. Built by an ACD Club member whose companion Model A Touring scored third in class at the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours and subsequently sold by Olympian Cars.
Original matching numbers chassis, engine and drive train with original firewall tag. Original Duesenberg fenders and hood coupled with a no expense spared aluminum body and rear deck by noted sheet metal craftsman Marcel De Ley. Custom mahogany ship lap trim to the rear compartment. Rare Stephen Grebel headlamps. Solid bronze windshield frames. Newly cast stainless steel exhaust manifold. Newly cast bronze upper water outlet and water pump. New high-speed rear end. Tasteful color scheme of black with natural hide trim and correct 80 MM Rudge wire wheels in contrasting red.
Total build cost exceeds $400,000. Numerous spares including motor valued at $45,000... if you could find them!