1934 Duesenberg / 195? Chrysler (Dec, 1952)
In regards to the C200, it never became available beyond a concept car due to declining automobile sales.
THE most fabulous American stock car ever manufactured was the incomparable Duesenberg Model J, a magnificent 265-horsepower job that could do 89 mph in second gear and 116 in high. Built strictly for the carriage trade that wanted and could pay for the very finest (the chassis cost $8,500; custom bodies ranged from $2,500 to $16,500), less than 500 of these great cars were made at the Indianapolis factory during the company’s short (1929-37) productive span.
New Type of Taxicab in Service (Feb, 1930)
That’s an interesting place to put the engine…
New Type of Taxicab in Service
QUITE an aid for congested districts is this German three-wheeled taxicab, recently exhibited in motor shows in Europe. The cab is very easy to handle in traffic.