1929 DuPont Model G Speedster

1929 DuPont Model G Speedster

Some of the most striking cars of the Roaring Twenties were manufactured by E. Paul Du Pont, a member of the same well-known family that made a fortune producing paint and chemicals. They built four- and six-cylinder vehicles until 1929, the year that their largest car, the eight-cylinder Model G, debuted. A total of 273 Model G Du Ponts of all types were constructed in a variety of body styles — including a phaeton, coupe, sedan, victoria, limousine, convertible, and speedster. The smaller, lighter two-place speedster could reach approximately 100 miles per hour and sold for a high $5,335 when new.

1929 DuPont Model G Speedster

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