The five-passenger Convertible Victoria, also known as the Convertible Coupe, rested on a 149-inch wheelbase. There were just two examples originally produced in 1933, originally priced at $7,500.
This example is largely unrestored and is a California car from new and retains its original engine, chassis and body. The original owner was Hollywood film star Robert Montgomery, who was honored with two stars on the Hollywood 'Walk of Fame' for his achievements in both film and television.
The car has a pair of side mounted spare tires, dual rear view mirrors, a single Pilot-Ray driving lamp, a rear luggage rack and a set of painted steel wheels with hubcaps and period style wide whitewall tires. The interior features an inlaid wooden dash with metal insert panels housing Art Deco-inspired instruments. The odometer reads just 74,000 miles since new.
In 2009, this car was offered for sale at the Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey presented by RM Auctions where it was estimated to sell for $350,000 - $450,000. The lot was sold for the sum of $412,500, including buyer's premium.