Hidden under the louvered '27 T hood (aerodynamics overruled showing the glitzy motor) was a stunning four valves per cylinder Model J Duesenberg. The twin-cam straight-8 engine produced 335 lb-ft of torque at just 500 rpm. Painted red and blue with its eight chrome stacks and handmade radiator shell from a Bell Auto Parts customer, Jot's creation was an ear-popper. He competed in the '49 1st Bonneville Nationals setting a record of 127.565 for the "D" Roadster class with the Doozy bolted to '32 'rails. "It was something ... the racket that it put out," Jot laughed.