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Discussion in 'The GatorTail Pub' started by Go2gtr, Jul 23, 2013.
This 1935 Duesenberg .....
And here's the sketch that created this car, drawn by a 20 year-old Alex Tremulis, who later went on to design the 1940 Chrysler Thunderbolt show car, American Bantam Hollywood and Riviera, the Tucker '48, Kaisers, a whole host of Ford show cars, and the Gyronaut, the World's Fastest Motorcycle from 1966-1970. The man could draw. He was paid $2.50 for this sketch and he never looked back. When he was first paid for his Duesenberg work, he said "Now, I am a car designer". This is the Duesenberg that sold at Amelia Island for $4,510,000:
Last 1942 Nash off assembly line before conversion to war production:
1920's Packard Interior