In 1933, the Duesenberg SJ was one of the most luxurious and fastest cars being produced. It was a symbol of wealth and excess in 1933 and commanding a price of over $2.6 million today, can still be considered a status symbol – and it can be yours!
The SJ is powered by a 420 cubic inch I-8 that makes 320 hp; a number unheard of for road-going cars of that time period. This particular SJ was built for H.G. Liebhardt of Denver, Colorado, who had the Convertible Sedan coachwork done by Derham on the short wheelbase chasis. This is only one of two SJ Convertible Sedans ever built by Derham.
This car is a pristine example of the pre-war era cars. It exhibits craftsmanship that is unseen on most cars today. If anyone is looking for an extremely rare and beautiful car, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. Good luck arranging financing, though…
Source: eBay Motors