Seeing what is going on with this forum, and what may happen to it, I feel the need to get some silly questions out before it is too late. Here is one of my silly questions: I had always wondered what Duesenberg cars would look like if that company had survived into the post war era. Would they look more like Cadillac? Or would they look more like Rolls Royce? My first thought was it would resemble Cadillacs and Lincolns and Imperials of that era. Packard by the 1950's were adopting design themes that were popular in America, making its cars longer and sleeker. Packard cars of the early to mid 50's were among the best looking cars ever made. So maybe Duesenberg would do the same if the company had survived. Then a second thought, Duesenberg lacks the resources of the Big Three, they may not be able to afford to make fancy styling changes every 2 to 3 years. We saw Packard had tried, but it didn't survive into the 60's. So Duesenberg may build cars similar to Rolls Royce, catering to a niche market rather than trying to compete with mainstream luxury brands from the Big Three. They will be hand built, with more traditional styling, their cars being taller and more upright, similar to Rolls Royce and Daimler. What do you guys think?