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The original question was what the Duer might be worth.  The article above states the Duer has automatic intake valves, 2-cylinder 4" x 4" and a rope drive.  These influence the price as this is a rather large engine, but has automatic intake valves and a rope drive.  A very good looking car, but I would question its touring ability outside of parades.

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Fortunately, heavy duty round belts are available....... :)

They aren't cheap but neither are flatbed tow trucks.

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On ‎8‎/‎19‎/‎2017 at 10:52 PM, Bloo said:

Ok, I think we all knew you didn't REALLY mean Goggomobil. I did anyway. But who can resist an opportunity to talk about Goggomobils? The Australians even got a convertible version. Just look at this thing. It's even cuter than a Crosley Hotshot.

 

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Looks like a modern/ updated Amphicar.

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We all knew what you meant but a little humour (UK) is always welcome and a straight line like that is hard to resist.

 

ps was thinking more like a minature BAT.

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On ‎8‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 7:19 PM, mike6024 said:

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Here's a picture of another 1907 Duer taken from another AACA thread here, under pre-WWII Photos. It was probably taken in 1914 in Chicago but vehicle is 1907.

 

Just copied it here because I came across it and it's a nice photo, and the same make.

 

 

That's my great uncles Duer parked in front of his house in Chicago.  I'm in possession of the car today, here she sits in my garage.

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