Monday, January 23, 2012

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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.”



  1. I wish today's cars still looked like the classic cars of yesterday...


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