1927 Duesenberg Indy Racer news, pictures, specifications, and information
This Duesenberg Indianapolis Race Car was first driven at the 1927 edition of the Indianapolis 500. it was raced in various forms until 1937. It was part of the 1929 Duesenberg factory team and placed third with Jimmy Gleason behind the wheel. Had it not been for some poor pit work at lap 195, it may have won the race.
The car finished 11th at the 1937 Indianapolis 500 race and was the last Duesenberg to race in that prestigious event.
This car is powered by a 91.5 cubic-inch straight-eight engine fitted with dual overhead cams.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2010
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