Fritz Duesenberg, later called Fred, a nephew of the "real" Fred Duesenberg tried to build a new Duesenberg car.
The design was inspired by the Revival Cars of Virgil M. Exner.
But the car looked completely different to the Revival Duesenberg
In 1966 the prototype, built for $60'000 at Ghia in Torino, Italy was presented. It was based on a Chrysler Imperial, powered by a V8-440ci-engine.
The car is exhibited today at the "Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg-Museum"