A one-of-a-kind car built specifically for the 1931 New York Auto Show. This car is one of only three Model H duPonts ever built and one of approximately 35 duPonts known to exist today. DuPont built a total of 516 automobiles between 1919 and 1931.
The Sport Phaeton design featuring dual cowls, twin spare tires hung at the rear of the car, and graceful, sweeping lines accentuated by its paint scheme, is known as the most elegant of all duPont cars.
Owned by Jerry Reigel, his son Dicky and Grandson Richard. The car has been in the Riegel family since 1962 when it was purchased by Richard E. Riegel Jr.
The car was awarded Best in Class and Most Elegant Open Car at Pebble Beach in 2005. It represents the culmination of E. Paul du Pont's quest to build an elegant automobile that could be tailored to suit the needs and personal style of individual clients.