|Ginger Rogers’ 1929 Duesenberg|
The Duesenberg, was very popular with the Hollywood stars of the 1930s such as: Gary Cooper, Tyrone Power and Clark Gable. Although, Ginger Rogers was first to have the disappearing convertible top. It also had a reptile pattern embossed leather upholstery.
Like its owner, Rogers’ 1929 Model J is also a movie star, appearing in the 1933 film The Gay Divorcee, the second of the Ginger and Rogers Fred Astaire musicals and the movie that introduced the dance called “The Continental.”