1932 Duesenberg J-476 Torpedo Convertible Coupe NFT


This 1932 Duesenberg Model J Murphy Convertible Coupe was designed by Franklin Hershey who worked for Murphy Coachbuilders of Pasadena, CA. Hershey would later design for Ford and was responsible for the popular 1950s two-seated Ford Thunderbird.

This vehicle was purchased new by race car driver Cliff Durant, son of GM founder William Durant. Durant who owned the vehicle for a few months and traded it to J. Paul Getty for a Model A Duesenberg and some cash. Getty owned the vehicle until 1940, when he sold it to author John O’Hara. The car was owned by Don Carr for more than 40 years. Carr donated it to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum.

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