3D model of an iconic luxury car produced by the American car manufacturer Duesenberg. Designed by Gordon Buehrig, the car was introduced in 1932 and remained in production until 1937. The SJ designation stands for "supercharged", referring to the car's powerful supercharged straight-8 engine, which delivered an impressive 320 horsepower. The LWB in its name stands for "Long Wheel Base", referring to the car's spacious interior and extended wheelbase.
3D model created maximally close to a real Duesenberg car and based on the dimensions from open sources.
All model files were "smoothed". By request we provide unsmoothed files.
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