1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan

1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan photographed by Douglas Wilkinson at the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum (A-C-D) in Auburn, Indiana.

1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan
1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan

1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan

1927 Duesenberg Model X Sedan
Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson
Location: Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum (A-C-D) in Auburn, Indiana

The Model X Duesenberg is the rarest passenger vehicle produced by Duesenberg with only a total of 13 cars built, all in 1927. Many consider it as a transitional model between the Model A and the Model J. In fact it was Fred Duesenberg's attempt to revamp the Model A on a tight budget. However, when E.L. Cord bought the Duesenberg company he had bigger and better ideas for the next Duesenberg.

This car, shown here, is very original and was owned new by the Chief Engineer of General Electric. It has the original interior (including a hat holder) and paint. The car is powered by an in-line eight-cylinder, 100 horsepower engine and has a 141 inch wheelbase. The original price was approximately $7,500.

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