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09 Nov 2005 05:58 #3908 by dryesandno
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hi

anyone have any info on a duesenberg J245? i know, this is the engine number. i am working on getting the chasis number shortly. but maybe at least we could start with this number.

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10 Nov 2005 05:28 #3921 by dryesandno
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hi again.

ok, for j245 the chasis number is 2253. any info?

randy. i thought i read a poster in this group that said every duesenberg has been classified and accounted for. is that true?

so what about this one. have you any record of it?

brent

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11 Nov 2005 00:13 #3924 by Mike Dube
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J245/chassis 2253 was originally an LWB Willoughby limousine.

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11 Nov 2005 21:59 #3930 by georgealbright
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I have an authentic long wheelbase frame for sale,# 2481,that you can put under your motor,and be on your way to building a Catagory One car.George Albright,Ocala,Fla. Cell 352 843 1624 Email: gnalbright
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11 Nov 2005 22:02 #3931 by georgealbright
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I have the Willoughby cowl only,that was on frame # 2481,along with the set of 4 original skirted fenders on that car,also for sale. George Albright

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12 Nov 2005 08:40 #3933 by dryesandno
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mike

the information you have supplied matches what is my understanding. i also understand the willoughby body was modified to a phaeton body in the 30's by a custom coachbuilder but not one of the big names.

with the modified phaeton body, is it still possible to show the car at an ACD meet or CCCA meet and garner full points. what about pebble beach? i wonder how much this modification might affect value in percentage terms assuming the work is all first class?

mike, thanks for the info. i really appreciate your help.

brent

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