Auctions America Auburn Fall Spotlight: 1932 Auburn 12 Boattail Speedster

By Auto News Log • August 26th, 2012

During the height of the Classic Era, few auto manufacturers could match the elegance and innovation of the companies under E.L. Cord’s fast-growing business empire. His cornerstone enterprise, of course, was Auburn, which Cord famously transformed into a manufacturer of stylish performers at a reasonable price point.

This Auburn was subject to a no expense spared, high-quality restoration in 2006-2007 by renowned pre-war specialists, Stone Barn Restorations. Equipped with the famed Lycoming V-12 engine that produces 160 bhp it sports a three-speed manual transmission and a Columbia two-speed rear axle that combine together to make these Auburns easily capable of achieving highway speeds.

The collector car world will celebrate one of its longest running automotive traditions during the upcoming Labor Day weekend when thousands flock to Auburn, Ind., for Auctions America by RM’s third annual Auburn Fall auction, Thursday, Aug. 30, to Sunday, Sept. 2. More than 1,200 classics, hot rods, exotics, muscle cars and more, each carefully-reviewed by America’s leading collector car experts, will cross the block at the historic Auburn Auction Park.

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