The Duesenberg Model J is a key part of the American Dream Collection at the Haynes International Motor Museum. Bradley Mauger, Workshop and Restorations Manager will attend the London Classic Car Show on 21 and 23 February to discuss the Model J; which was launched in December 1928 and features a 6.9-litre straight-8, with twin-overhead-camshafts and four valves per cylinder, which produced 265bhp – twice the output of any other American car of its time.
Father of the famous Haynes Manuals and founder of Haynes International Motor Museum, John Haynes OBE, fell in love with Duesenbergs at a young age and added this example to the Museum collection in 1993.
Mark from our Workshop and Restoration team has been busy preparing the Duesenberg for the upcoming London Classic Car Show. In this video, Mark introduces some of the cars unique features. Our workshop team work on clients cars as well as maintaining the Museum Collection. To find out more about our Workshop and Restoration team, click here.