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Duesenberg to scale

Beautiful Duesenberg in scale 1 on 6
Beautiful Duesenberg in scale 1 on 6
Enthusiastic AMK reader Ed Verhoeven was greatly impressed by the accompanying Duesenberg. Not so much because of the car itself, but especially the aftermath of the 1932 SJ in scale 1 on 6 made Ed wonder.

And we have to admit: we also used our ears for a while, so over the years we are still used to unique performances. Louis Chenot spent ten years of his life building the working model, even the engine is running, the lamps are working, the hood of course also and the drive is complete. Louis began research fifty years ago when he bought his first book about the car. Over the years, drawings were added and the restorations of a number of Duesenbergs were followed closely. A striking detail is that the entire body was made of polyester. Lou does not have two left hands. He worked as an engineer for forty years and previously restored a Cadillac from 1930.

Lou's life's work has been rewarded with various prizes and will be shown at various shows this year. More information via www.craftmanshipmuseum.com of


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