Duesenberg A in Berlin

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16 Oct 2010 15:11 #18191 by 61xlch
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Hello friends

last 2 years there was a Model A Duesenberg 2-door convertible/ roadster for sale in Berlin/ Germany. It was displayed in Meilenwerk by a dealer.

Looked like an older restoration with remarkable signs of use. Colour green.

Does anybody know more about this car? Where is it gone to?

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Andreas

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29 Oct 2010 19:05 #18286 by Anton
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Might it have this one, by Mirbach? The car has a Millspaugh & Irish body.
http://coachbuild.com/forum/download/file.php?id=13907&mode=view

http://coachbuild.com/forum/download/fi ... &mode=view

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02 Nov 2010 04:22 #18313 by Steve Derus
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FYI ---here is a similar car at Reno National Auto Museum
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03 Nov 2010 19:47 #18325 by 61xlch
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Anton wrote: Might it have this one, by Mirbach? The car has a Millspaugh & Irish body.
http://coachbuild.com/forum/download/file.php?id=13907&mode=view

http://coachbuild.com/forum/download/fi ... &mode=view



I am not shure, but it looks like....
Where did you find it? I could not find it at Mirbachs homepage.
Thanks
Andreas

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04 Nov 2010 20:56 #18335 by Anton
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It originally came from the Mirbach site, where it is no longer to be found. I found the picture on the coachbuild.com forum, very usefull.

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05 Nov 2010 00:19 #18337 by RandyEma
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Hello. The car was in the USA for years the last big collection was Homer Fitterling collection which he sold to the Ed Weaver collection then to Germany Randy

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