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Powered by Rochester Duesenberg Engine.  Complete Car.  Engine Runs.  Unrestored.  Unmolested.  Metal in Excellent Condition.  Wood in Poor Condition.  More Photos Available upon Request.  $85,000.  Possible Trade.  rwill1914 at aol.com

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 Good day sir   Are the top bows with the car and could you forward some photos of the gauges and the back of the car.thank you        robert-smith02@bigpond.com

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 Wow! I'm impressed. How many could be left? I saw a restored Roamer, in a roadster body at the old Meadowbrook Hall show some time back. While most of us recall the 3 famous Ps....Packard, Peerless and Pierce-Arrow, many do not know about the 3 famous Rs....The Richelieu, Roamer and ReVere. They all used the same Rochester-Duesenberg powerplant. Believe it or not, I also have a Roamer, in fact, I also have a ReVere and a Richelieu, all still buried in 70+ year storage. My great uncle picked them all up during the WW2 scrap drives. The Richelieu is the only one left to exist and that is a fact. It was the only known Richelieu to exist as far back as the 1950s. Only 50 were built in Asbury Park N.J. between 1922 and 23.

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I will pay $20,000 for a complete Rochester Duesenberg engine. Less for a parts motor. Thanks George Albright cell weekdays best 352 843  1624.  Email gnalbright@gmail.com 

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I have a Daniels too, a big luxury car from the 20s made in Reading PA which is almost a twin in many ways to the 3 Rs. Several Daniels are still floating around here and there. One was at Hershey a few years back.

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Just now, George Albright said:

I will pay $20,000 for a complete Rochester Duesenberg engine. Less for a parts motor. Thanks George Albright cell weekdays best 352 843  1624.  Email gnalbright@gmail.com 

  I do not have a spare engine George, sorry, just the engines that are in the cars and 20k is not going to touch these cars. I could not get them out of storage anyways.

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I am interested in your car. Brian Coffee 937-776-7202. Thanks

 

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I should have been born wealthy instead of, well, whatever I was born? THAT is a car I could really fall in love with!  I need to go out and work on my model T so I can go on tours again.

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4 hours ago, wayne sheldon said:

I should have been born wealthy instead of, well, whatever I was born? THAT is a car I could really fall in love with!  I need to go out and work on my model T so I can go on tours again.

The Gilmore car museum has a 1921 Roamer with Rochester Duesenberg engine.   It has a great presence!  

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there is a 1918 listed on HCCA. Question is, what motor does it have in it?  Not the Duesenberg apparently.

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Roamer still available, due to lack of payment. Trades on pre 1910 brass era considered

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