The DuPont Motors Manufacturing company was born from a fabled American family steeped in curiosity about engineering and chemistry. E Paul duPont established DuPont Motors in 1916 to build marine engines during WWI. After the war, DuPont manufactured high-quality automobiles and ultimately raced at Le Mans before the company ceased operations in 1931. Glorified in this print. is an unusual 1920 duPont Model G Royal Town Car with special coachwork by Merrimac.
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