In a time where the average yearly wage was only a few hundred dollars, a Duesenberg could cost upwards in the tens of thousands and were some of the most expensive cars in the world. Duesenbergs were also one of the most luxurious and powerful vehicles of its day. With a body built by Murphy of Pasadena, California and a 420 cubic inch supercharged engine delivering 400 horsepower, this car lived up to the saying that Duesenberg drivers get passed when they wish to get passed. Join our chief historian Leslie Kendall for a deep dive on the history and prestige of this 1933 Duesenberg SJ.