Duesenberg SJ Speedster 1933 BOEING STEARMAN.psd
The Duesenberg SJ Speedster is a great classic car that was introduced in the year 1933. It is a model of three-seater coupe that has been built on a modified VW Beetle body. The car features wide aluminum "satin" bumpers and massive side skirt. The massive side skirts help it blend with the front edge of the Beetle and help it avoid being noticed from the road. Other great features of the Speedster are the straight and flush design of the hood, the two huge air dams underneath the hood (one on either side), wide front end, long sleek rims (12 inches in diameter and two inches deep), and the extremely low center of gravity, which permit the car to have great agility. The two big air dams also help the car to be very efficient as it uses little power to move.
The Duesenberg Speedster is highly acclaimed by many classic car aficionados because of the excellent craftsmanship and the unique styling of the car. Unlike many modern sports cars, it is a production automobile that has never been driven on public roads before. Only those lucky few who have had the privilege of owning one of these vehicles are able to truly appreciate the amount of time and effort that goes into making such a unique vehicle. Only a select few can say that they drove their own Duesenberg Speedster and could successfully describe the feelings of satisfaction that one experiences when driving one. It is for this reason that the Speedster is considered by many owners to be a true classic.