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23 Dec 2003 21:19 #1155 by number8
number8 created the topic: Hello, I am new here. Glad to meet you.
Could someone knowledgeable about Duesenbergs thak a look at this site and tell me what you think? Thanks.

http://www.aaca.org/photopost/data/519/ ... d.JPG?6296

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04 Jan 2004 13:59 #1179 by Jim Butler
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Looked at the website but was unable to get anything out of it other than the front page which showed a roadster of the early teens. I don't know if this is a Roamer Duesenberg or not or perhaps somebody's idea of having a little fun. I'll check the AACA website directly sometime and see if there's anything

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05 Jan 2004 21:33 #1183 by number8
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Thanks much for looking. This is a photo I have. Try

http://www.aaca.org/photopost/showmembe ... er=&stype=

look for number9s pictures. there is another picture of a Vanity Fair automotive section with the same car.

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06 Jan 2004 12:20 #1185 by Jim Butler
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The photo on the web site doesn't give any real id. You mention it appeared in a Vanity Fair ad. Do you have an image of it or any idea what year it was run?

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06 Jan 2004 23:04 #1192 by number8
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Yes, I have the issue that car is in. It is Feb 1922. Note in the picture in the magazine the time of year from the trees in the back ground and the sharpeness of the shadow lines. If Duesenberg was in business in July in Indy that picture had to be taken after that time before winter maybe late Oct. Was not this Schutte the body maker in Indy? If so this may be(I think it is) a 1921 Duesenberg.Take a look at this link.

http://www.aaca.org/photopost/data/519/11330n3.JPG?5771

While your there take a look at the rest of the pictures. And thank you for this response, I appreciate it.

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