The Duesenberg Model X was an extremely limited production model that was introduced for 1927. The Model X was intended to be a full production model, yet due to E.L. Cord's takeover of Duesenberg in 1926, the Model X had a short life as a makeweight until the introduction of the Duesenberg Model J, a car that met Cord's vision of what a Duesenberg should be. The Model X was fitted with a 4.3L inline eight engine, and had a sporty nature which echoed Duesenberg's racing history. Only 13 examples are believed to have been produced before the model was discontinued.
|1927 Duesenberg Model X Dual-Cowl Phaeton by Locke||$527,500||May 05, 2019|