This 1924 Duesenberg Model A Speedster by Brandfon is powered by an 88 bhp, 260 cu. in. SOHC inline eight-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, tubular front axle, live rear axle, longitudinal semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic brakes on a 105 inch wheelbase chassis. The car was build by Benny Brandfon for the 1931 Indianapolis 500 and later restyled into a road car. Of the numerous Duesenberg “race cars” in existence, this dual-personality runabout has to be among the most engaging.