Production numbers for Duesenberg

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15 May 2004 03:55 #1728 by Angelo Van Bogart
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MICHAEL S SMITH wrote: DON
RANDY EMMA HAS TOLD ME THAT EVERY DUESY HAS BEEN ACCOUNTED FOR AND IF RANDY SAYS IT YOU CAN TAKE IT TO THE BANK.

This sounds somewhat hard to believe, car from productions numbers of less than a dozen have gotten lost, accounting for 481 cars would be AMAZING to say the least. I do know that not to long ago a Duesenberg J chassis was found in South America being used as a tractor.[/quote]

I'd like to learn more about the chassis found in South America; did a story about it appear in The Newsletter?

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18 May 2004 01:03 #1731 by RandyEma
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I do not ever remember saying they had all been found .But I have said that we have not found a car since 1962 when J585 came back from India. That is forty two years ago and we have gone through some generations since then.So what are the chances .? Slim ? Randy Ema

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27 May 2006 13:37 #4870 by Randy_G
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I would like to know where you guys come up with all this wonderful information at. I could sit and read this stuff for hours on end. I enjoy reading all the posts made here.

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27 May 2006 15:31 #4871 by Bill Hummel
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Randy_G wrote: I could sit and read this stuff for hours on end.


Try getting some of Josh Malks' books on CORD, DUESENBERG and AUBURN automobiles. Go a GOOGLE search. There are lots of places that sell his books.

Here is an Amazon search:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/102-0252933-8103375?%5Fencoding=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=stripbooks%3Arelevance-above&field-keywords=Josh%20Malks

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31 May 2006 02:20 #4890 by Randy_G
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I appreciate the information, Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!

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