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28 Apr 2010 23:36 #16573 by Tom_Parkinson
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Hmmmmmmm.... I'll gladly build a garage on my property to put it in.....

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29 Apr 2010 01:45 #16581 by fyreline
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I could swear I saw this car in not-yet-complete condition at Auburn in 1975. Seems to me it was on a trailer. I'll have to go back and check my old photographs to be sure. Lots of great cars that year, it's as good a reason as any to go hunt the pictures up. Is it even possible that it was there, or is that too early?

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29 Apr 2010 02:07 #16584 by mikespeed35
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Bill Miller is William Goodwins son-in-law. He brings another Duesenberg he ownes to Auburn regularly. Are you sure you saw this car at Auburn in 06?
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s a spare engine. Are you sure you saw this car at Auburn in 06?

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29 Apr 2010 18:32 #16598 by danielbiker
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Joel wrote: I saw this car in Auburn in '06. It is stunningly gorgious! I would love to see it again. Hopefully it will be in Auburn this year, the Year of the Duesenberg. Does anyone know the owner?


Can you remember what was the color combination (exterior and interior)?Thanks

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29 Apr 2010 18:33 #16599 by clydester
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mikespeed35 wrote: Bill Miller is William Goodwins son-in-law. He brings another Duesenberg he ownes to Auburn regularly. Are you sure you saw this car at Auburn in 06?
CORDially Mike

I have a difficult time remembering YESTERDAY but I think the 2006 car was a black one, also with a somewhat radical design but the fenders (among other things)were qute a bit different.....seems like it was associated with a long gone female movie star. I'd have to check my photo's to make sure...



















s a spare engine. Are you sure you saw this car at Auburn in 06?

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29 Apr 2010 20:09 #16601 by Joel
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I didn't take a picture, so it is possible that I saw a different car in 06 that was similar. The one I saw in Auburn in '06 was black with an off white interior. I'm pretty sure that it had the one peice external exhaust manifold, there was no top in place over the drivers seat.






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