Fred Duesenberg looking at Clessie Cummins's Diesel Engine Automobile, Los Angeles, 1935
- Fred Duesenberg looking at Clessie Cummins's Diesel Engine Automobile, Los Angeles, 1935
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- July 5, 1935
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Fred Duesenberg (right) and Clessie Cummins (left). Store window reads: "CUMMINS DIESEL ENGINES, TR. 4967. Engine has sign: "CUMMINS DIESEL ENGINE, CUMMINS ENGINE CO., Columbus, Indiana. Tires are "Auburn" tires. License plate reads: "INDIANA-35, 1000000".
Clessie Cummins was an automobile engineer that liked to race cars and produce diesel engines for passenger cars that at the time was virtually unheard of.
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