Murphy Convertible Coupe

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16 Oct 2009 18:25 #14680 by Chris Summers
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Yes, Convertible Victoria, my stupid mistake.

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16 Oct 2009 18:28 #14681 by janst
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there is not much space in the back, is it?

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16 Oct 2009 18:45 #14682 by Chris Summers
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I haven't seen that car in person, only in photos, so I can't tell you. Usually convertible victorias were designed as two-door cars to be driven by chauffeur, and so had very roomy rear seats.

The design of that car is wonderful. With the top down, it looks just like a stretched Murphy convertible coupe, not like a four-passenger car at all unless you get close-up.

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17 Oct 2009 02:55 #14684 by mikespeed35
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Chris, have you read Rolling Sculpture. If not, you should.
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17 Oct 2009 03:20 #14685 by Chris Summers
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mikespeed35 wrote: Chris, have you read Rolling Sculpture. If not, you should.
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Hi, Mike,

Own it, have scanned the Duesenberg section but not had a chance to read it cover-to-cover yet. I'm an English major so my time for pleasure reading is much more limited than I would like. It's earmarked for this summer or, if I can pull it off, over Christmas.

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17 Oct 2009 17:49 #14686 by janst
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I really cannot find the numbers of this Murphy CC anywhere, that was (is?) at the Petersen Museum

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