The Jerry Moore Car Collection

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03 Jan 2006 23:51 #4187 by rockyvoss
rockyvoss created the topic: The Jerry Moore Car Collection
Anyone know what happened to the 34 or so Duesenbergs that were in the Jerry Moore collection in Houston, Texas in the early 90s? Curious to know if the Duesenbergs are still in the collection, or if they have been sold and scattered. Ive seen the Mudd coupe he did have was sold. Ive been trying to make list of J numbers for several years but I dont think
I got the numbers off any of his cars. Any info appreciated

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06 Mar 2006 02:08 #4476 by Chris Summers
Chris Summers replied the topic: I know of a few
In Dennis Adler's new book he has a few pictures of some of Moore's cars, with numbers.
2171/J-154, the only Murphy Convertible Victoria ever built, now owned, according to the book, by Bill Parfet.
A 1930 model Murphy Convertible Sedan, dark blue and red, no serial number given.
William Randolph Hearst's Hibbard & Darrin Transformable Cabriolet, the serial number isn't given but I've got it somewhere on my computer and will post it when I can. Dark black or black with red trim.
Hope this will get you started.

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06 Mar 2006 02:08 #4477 by Chris Summers
Chris Summers replied the topic: Oh, and...
...I know the Hibbard & Darrin car isn't in the collection anymore. It's been at a few auctions since.

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18 Mar 2006 21:46 #4550 by Chris Summers
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The Hearst car is J-254/2275.

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23 Jun 2007 14:12 #7288 by bill powell
bill powell replied the topic:
Years ago Jerry sold Duesenbergs to the Blackhawk collection, and Sterling McCall bought some. I know where six of the Jerry Moore Duesnbergs are, including three Model A's

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