Gordon M. Buehrig designed both the 1933 Rollston Convertible Victoria and the 1932 ‘SJ’ Brunn Torpedo Phaeton for the Duesenberg Company, while head of design in the early 1930s.  I first met him in 1975 at the ACD Museum in Auburn, USA where he was signing copies of his book ‘Rolling Sculpture’.  He later wrote a forward for one of my books, ‘The Model Cars of Gerald Wingrove’ .He is now most remembered for his design for the 810 & 812 Cords and in 1989 he was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, the single greatest honour for any one working in the automobile industry.

Duesenbergs in my life