1970's parade

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16 Feb 2014 05:03 #27003 by DJT
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Not sure if these have been posted yet or not... can't remember.

Here's the linkage:
http://djtdesigns.smugmug.com/Cars/1970s-ACD-Parade/

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16 Feb 2014 05:29 #27008 by auburnandyscar
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The 'Western Auto' store burned down in like 78 or 79 (?) if that helps to date these photos any better.
The red Duesenberg (with the Gambles sign in background)I do not ever recall seeing, any info on it?

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17 Feb 2014 04:03 #27026 by Justin Kerns
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auburnandyscar wrote: The 'Western Auto' store burned down in like 78 or 79 (?) if that helps to date these photos any better.
The red Duesenberg (with the Gambles sign in background)I do not ever recall seeing, any info on it?


Someone else will provide more info but isn't that one of the two Franay bodied cars? Perhaps the now-pinkish one that has sold a couple of times recently?

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17 Feb 2014 12:39 #27028 by landmark
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Justin Kerns wrote:

auburnandyscar wrote: The 'Western Auto' store burned down in like 78 or 79 (?) if that helps to date these photos any better.
The red Duesenberg (with the Gambles sign in background)I do not ever recall seeing, any info on it?


Someone else will provide more info but isn't that one of the two Franay bodied cars? Perhaps the now-pinkish one that has sold a couple of times recently?

Justin



Hello,

it looks for sure like it is a european body style and the roof looks like it is convertible.
I think it could be J-519 d'Iteren Freres 4-passenger Convertible Coupe

There is a photo in the Adler-Book (p. 261) in the same color combination red with a beige/tan roof.

Here is a photo of that car, in a different color combination. http://www.duesey2208.com/Datasheets/Mo ... rm2548.htm


EDIT: Uuups, when you scroll down the pictures @duesey2208.com site you will find the "red" Adler-book picture too.


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17 Feb 2014 16:05 #27034 by Chris Summers
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J-519 / 2548, d'Ieteren Cabriolet, owned at the time by Bill Crossett or Bill Kranz (depending on when the photo was taken). Now in MA. The two-tone blue, done by Brian Joseph, is the present color scheme.

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17 Feb 2014 16:28 #27035 by landmark
landmark replied the topic: Re: 1970's parade

DJT wrote: Not sure if these have been posted yet or not... can't remember.

Here's the linkage:
http://djtdesigns.smugmug.com/Cars/1970s-ACD-Parade/

Feel free to click on the thumbnails - and right click / save as the photos to your computer.



Hello DJT,

thank you for sharing!

The Model J in the last picture (with the plate-no. 3533) could be J-148, the car was recently offered at the Paris Retromobile auction, only two weeks back.

http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/fullcat ... 56&image=3


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