The Duesenberg Speedster Model A you’re looking at here is a coach-built example by Benny Brandfon for the 1931 Indianapolis 500, then later restyled into a road car in the 1930s.
The Speedster is fitted with the famous Duesenberg 88hp, 260 cubic inch straight-8 engine with a single overhead camshaft, a three-speed manual transmission and it rides on a solid front axle, a live rear axle, longitudinal semi-elliptic leaf springs, and 4-wheel hydraulic brakes.
- Built by Benny Brandfon for the 1931 Indianapolis 500
- Restyled into a road car later in the 1930s
- Fascinating design with Duesenberg power