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Duesenberg / Ford combined

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02 Dec 2008 17:24 #12031 by West Peterson
Replied by West Peterson on topic Duesenberg / Ford combined
Packard chassis are pretty durable. It might work. On the Packenberg, the grille was pushed forward. I don't think there's enough room on the Light Eight Packard to merely push the grille forward.

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23 Oct 2018 19:48 #35806 by HSS1929
Replied by HSS1929 on topic Duesenberg / Ford combined
Looks like none of you saw this video on Youtube. I found the video first, then found this forum post while trying to find out more about it. Jay Leno took it for a spin. Not the window they installed in the cam cover.

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27 Apr 2019 19:16 - 27 Apr 2019 19:51 #37079 by jivanty
Replied by jivanty on topic Duesenberg / Ford combined

Chris Summers wrote: Nah, Vidmate iTunes Notepad++ for a hot rod you need to start with something really despicable, next to useless as is, with a stock engine that produces less torque that a gerbil running on a wheel...

...the Geo perhaps?

Honestly, if Geronimo had been built any time other than the 1940s, there would be an outcry over using a Duesenberg engine like that. I think it's cool. Must be a blast to tear through downtown Auburn in.

"Geronimo." Engine J-322, built by Hal Ulrich, one of D. Cameron Peck's mechanics, back in the 1940s.
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