For car-spotters seeing a 1930 Model J Duesenberg dual cowl phaeton, is like a baseball player getting a walk-off grand slam . . . in the last game of the World Series!
On Sunday , March 15, we were riding on a bus on Van Ness in San Francisco. We saw some old cars in a building there and so we hopped off. It was the Accademy of Art University and they were displaying some old cars in what looked like a former new car dealer show room.
What are the rules of car-spotting? We didn’t see it for sale. We didn’t see it in a museum. Is there a whistle on the play? Does it count? It sure was fun to see it.