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Produced: 1966-1966, 1 produced. (Prototype)
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The cars built by Fred and August Dusenberg in the 1920s and 1930s were some of the finest looking cars ever built.  It is not surprising therefore that demand exists for replicas of these classics.  Fred Junior, son of August, got Virgil Exner to design a new car, known as the Duesenberg II, which was built by Ghia in Italy.  The car had a highly-tuned Chrysler V-8 engine and every bit of luxury anyone could imagine but unfortunately it remained a prototype.
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