If These Cars Could Talk… Duesenberg Model Y

Following the Model A, Duesenberg Inc. designed the Model X, and although 13 chassis were produced, only five were constructed to completion. The Duesenberg Model Y prototypes, built in 1927, show the changes in design direction between the Model X and what would become the now legendary Model J series, which was first introduced to the public at the New York Car Show on December 1st, 1928. During the prototype design process several different engine configurations were built, but it’s believed that only one car was finished.

 This presentation will be held next to the car from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 4th, and is offered to all patrons for free with museum admission.