A leading sales woodworking plan. A distinctive automobile highly favored by the well-to-do in the 1920’s & 30’s. Designed by a German immigrant to the US. The sleek styling can be reproduced with common shop power and hand tools. The contoured components are shaped using a router and sanding. Three different wheel styles are outlined in the plan including one with realistic criss-cross spokes (shown). The base includes an identification plaque and inscription plus a 1930’s style gasoline fuel pump for the base. Lathe work required. A beautiful display piece in any setting. 19″ long x 6″ high x 7″ wide. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers. One customer’s completed Duesenberg is on display at the woodworkers museum in California. Our 11″ x 17″ plans take little workbench space. The copyrights allow making a photocopy of the full size patterns. Trim out the patterns, apply spray adhesive on the backs and place on stock prepared to the thickness noted on the pattern. You get accurate parts and no tracing. We mail fast, usually within one business day.