This 1933 Derham Convertible Sedan Speedster was sold new to H.G. Liebhardt in Denver, Colorado, at a cost of $17,000. The car was sold to Bill Harrah of Reno, Nevada, who in 1960, had Schwartz of Pasadena, California, restore and built the coachwork presently on the car.
The Duesenberg is powered by a supercharged, straight-eight cylinder, dual overhead cam, 420 cubic-inch, Lycoming engine developing 320 horsepower, coupled to a 3-speed manual transmission. The top speed in high gear is well over 125 miles per hour.
The car remained with Bill Harrah until his death, when it was purchased by John Bradley who had the car maintained by Mosier Restoration. The current owner purchased the car from the Bradley estate in 2007.