1930's Duesenberg New Bedford, Ma.

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17 Sep 2011 01:39 #20987 by Jonathan Richards
Jonathan Richards replied the topic: ID of sedan in front of Olympic Theatre @ New Bedford , MA
I agree with Randy Ema, the car is a Hudson. Check the triangular logo
on the hub caps and the hood ornament ( not a radiator cap as the water
fill was under the hood as an extension of the upper radiator tank ) which
is most similar to that utilized on the Essex of the same period. I am going
to guess the model year as 1932 and believe it is an 8 cylinder model.
All beautiful and larger automobiles are not Duesenbergs. Jonathan (Jack)
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17 Sep 2011 03:26 #20989 by Bob Roller
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The sweep of the fenders on the car in front of the theater is longer than those shown on the Hudson. I can't tell any detail about the hubcaps but the "V" as in V16 could look like a triangle in this old picture.
Whatever it is,it was no doubt a nice car.

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