Duesenberg Auction watching/ predictions

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20 Jan 2015 22:33 #28968 by Joel
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Did I miss something, or was there a complete lack of Duesenbergs at the Arizona auctions last week?

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1929 Duesenberg Model J Murphy Convertible Coupe

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21 Jan 2015 02:05 #28975 by Steve Derus
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J562/2592 was a no sale at Barrett Jackson, high bid $700k

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21 Jan 2015 13:09 #28978 by landmark
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Steve Derus wrote: J562/2592 was a no sale at Barrett Jackson, high bid $700k


Hello,

$700k for a supercharged La Grande DCP sounds not so much money for it.

Is there something "wrong" with the car, like a very poor condition or a lot of replica-parts?


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Matt

EDIT: According to B-J's car description J-562 is equiped with a recreated (replica) body http://www.barrett-jackson.com/Archive/ ... TON-180519

Was man besonders gerne tut,
ist selten ganz besonders gut

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21 Jan 2015 15:27 #28980 by vintagerodshop
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I watched the car come up on the auction block. there just was not enough interest. I have always felt that some cars should not be sold at BJ. I also inquired into a post auction sale price. if anyone would like that number send me a PM.

The car itself was fairly nice. not to many issues that i could see. Granted that being a rebody hurts its value. it does have a interesting story on he factory switching bodies and being a factory demo car.

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21 Jan 2015 15:33 #28982 by vintagerodshop
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I watched the car come up on the auction block. there just was not enough interest. I have always felt that some cars should not be sold at BJ. I also inquired into a post auction sale price. if anyone would like that number send me a PM.

The car itself was fairly nice. not to many issues that i could see. Granted that being a rebody hurts its value. it does have a interesting story on he factory switching bodies and being a factory demo car.

Kirk

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22 Jan 2015 15:31 #28997 by Bob Roller
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Many of these cars are like George Washington's hatchet.The blade and handle have been replaced at least four times.Also there are better ways to spend $750,000 than on a car that can't be enjoyed the way it should be.

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