1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe photographed by Douglas Wilkinson at the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum (A-C-D) in Auburn, Indiana.

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe
1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe Pictures

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe
1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe
1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe

1932 Duesenberg Model J-476 Murphy Torpedo Convertible Coupe
Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson
Location: Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum (A-C-D) in Auburn, Indiana

Duesenberg J-476 was one of five short wheelbase Torpedo Convertible Coupe bodies built by Murphy. Noteable in the design is the Murphy hallmark disappearing convertible top and the bare aluminum top of the body. This automobile was purchased new by Cliff Durant, son of GM founder William Durant. Durant owned the car for a few months and traded it to J. Paul Getty for a Model A Duesenberg and some cash. New this Duesenberg cost $15,000.

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