This Duesenberg Model J (J159-2190), an early right hand drive, wears the only 'Town Car' or 'Sedanca de Ville' coachwork ever constructed by Barker on a Duesenberg. Barker displayed the car at the 1929 Olympia Auto Show in London and labeled it as a Barker instead of a Duesenberg. There where no Duesenberg badges to be found on the car, except for the firewall.
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