There're 3 DUESENBERG classic car manuals PDF, electric wiring diagram.
In 1913, German emigrants Fred and August Duesenberg began building cars for racing in Indianapolis.
Thanks to their innovative chassis and engine design, they have been crowned with a series of victories in the Indy 500 and the French Grand Prix.
After the end of the WW1, the brothers began mass production of expensive cars, but their business was slow and did not generate income.
In 1926, the firm was bought by the famous entrepreneur Errett Cord, on whose initiative and for whose money Fred Duesenberg created the legendary Duesenberg J.
The majestic and powerful Duesenberg Model J has become a symbol of high status and uncompromising luxury.
It was the most powerful and most expensive car in the world: its inline 8-cylinder engine produced huge 265 hp for those times, and one chassis without a body cost $8500.
The model was popular only among the wealthiest and most famous people in America, so only 480 units were produced at the plant in Auburn (Indiana).
These days, the Duesenberg J is highly valued by collectors, with surviving cars selling for at least $1 million.
Better than the Duesenberg J car, only another Duesenberg could be, and this was developed in 1931.
Duesenberg SJ with 320 hp compressor engine.
Even more powerful was the SSJ roadster, built in 1935 in two copies, deserving the title of the first supercar.
But by that time the company was already doomed: it closed in 1937, when Cord's empire collapsed.
For 24 years, less than 1,200 cars were produced under the Duesenberg brand.