Duesenberg Auction watching/ predictions

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09 Sep 2015 20:20 #30245 by landmark
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Joel wrote: It seems there have been very few Murphy Convertible coupes at auction in the last 1 - 2 years, but now 2 Murphy CC's are being offered.

J-147, chassis 2168 is being auctioned by Auctions American at the Auburn sale. This car has a memorable place in my history, as it is the 1st Duesenberg I ever drove when it was for sale in 2006. I strongly considered buying J147, but ended up passing on it. Back then it was black and in need of restoration. Now it is silver and apparently has been fully restored. A very handsome car in my humble opinion.

http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/f ... &category=

Also I saw a recent ad that J192, the unrestored survivor Katherine Hedburn car is being offered this fall, but I can't find the auction info now.
http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/features/m ... onvertible

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O2tK9Mn4FQ




Hello,

is it correct that J-147 sold for "only" $1.2 million?

The published estimate was $1.5 to $1.75 million


Cheers

Matt




Correction: AA published: Sold for $1,402,500 (incl. Buyers Premium, I guess)


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Matt

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22 Sep 2015 10:31 #30295 by landmark
landmark replied the topic: Re: Duesenberg Auction watching/ predictions

Joel wrote: It seems there have been very few Murphy Convertible coupes at auction in the last 1 - 2 years, but now 2 Murphy CC's are being offered.

J-147, chassis 2168 is being auctioned by Auctions American at the Auburn sale. This car has a memorable place in my history, as it is the 1st Duesenberg I ever drove when it was for sale in 2006. I strongly considered buying J147, but ended up passing on it. Back then it was black and in need of restoration. Now it is silver and apparently has been fully restored. A very handsome car in my humble opinion.

http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/f ... &category=

Also I saw a recent ad that J192, the unrestored survivor Katherine Hedburn car is being offered this fall, but I can't find the auction info now.
http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/features/m ... onvertible

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O2tK9Mn4FQ



Hello,

there is a third one offered. A Murphy CC (J-330) with a disappearing top goes to auction next Saturday at the The Frederiksen Auction (Bonhams) in Denmark.

Nice looking car

https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/23234/lot/14/


Cheers

Matt

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26 Sep 2015 19:02 #30316 by landmark
landmark replied the topic: Re: Duesenberg Auction watching/ predictions

landmark wrote:

Joel wrote: It seems there have been very few Murphy Convertible coupes at auction in the last 1 - 2 years, but now 2 Murphy CC's are being offered.

J-147, chassis 2168 is being auctioned by Auctions American at the Auburn sale. This car has a memorable place in my history, as it is the 1st Duesenberg I ever drove when it was for sale in 2006. I strongly considered buying J147, but ended up passing on it. Back then it was black and in need of restoration. Now it is silver and apparently has been fully restored. A very handsome car in my humble opinion.

http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/f ... &category=

Also I saw a recent ad that J192, the unrestored survivor Katherine Hedburn car is being offered this fall, but I can't find the auction info now.
http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/features/m ... onvertible

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O2tK9Mn4FQ



Hello,

there is a third one offered. A Murphy CC (J-330) with a disappearing top goes to auction next Saturday at the The Frederiksen Auction (Bonhams) in Denmark.

Nice looking car

https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/23234/lot/14/


Cheers

Matt



J-330 sold @ 2.4 million EURO (incl. Buyers Premium)


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Matt

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26 Sep 2015 20:27 #30317 by johnmereness
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J-330 is one of those really special cars that has always been well taken care of - I first realized this when I opened the tool bag door and found the most spectacular and amazingly complete set of tools. And, very very few reproduction parts on the car. While in Estate practice, I tinkered on the car for a few days and arranged for it to get new top canvas. This was also the first Duesenberg to sell for over $100,000 - very early 1970's I believe - when all others were 2/3rds the price (at best).

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14 Oct 2015 14:39 #30430 by landmark
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Joel wrote:
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Also I saw a recent ad that J192, the unrestored survivor Katherine Hedburn car is being offered this fall, but I can't find the auction info now.
http://www.oldcarsweekly.com/features/m ... onvertible

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O2tK9Mn4FQ



Hello,

Morphy Auction published a (auction)sales price of $ 2.53 million for that beautiful survivor.

http://morphyauctions.hibid.com/lot/215 ... ef=catalog


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Matt

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20 Nov 2015 10:41 #30629 by landmark
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Hello,

does anybody know the salesprice/highest bid for (S)J-514 (1934) Rollston Berline @Rolling Sculpture Auction (Keno Brothers) in NY?

http://www.kenobrothers.com/auctions/19 ... berline-sj

Thanks in advance

Matt

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