1931 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Sedan by LeBaron

The Duesenberg Model J stood as a remarkable feat of engineering, boasting a twin-cam eight-cylinder engine generating 265 horsepower—a culmination of Fred and August Duesenberg’s extensive racing experience spanning over a decade. Yet, equally unforgettable were the exquisite bodies adorning this majestic chassis, meticulously crafted by the world’s most esteemed coachbuilders. Each body represented the pinnacle of their respective builder’s artistry, resulting in a collection of impeccably tailored creations.

Among the many stunning coachwork designs adorning the Model J, LeBaron’s contributions stood out as some of the most captivating. Renowned for their versatility, LeBaron crafted a wide range of designs, including elegantly proportioned convertible sedans that exuded timeless beauty and sophistication.

Source: RM Sotheby’s