West Seneca, NY
1935 Auburn Speedster 6870
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In 1935, the fabulous AUBURN Speedster was introduced to the World. Originally conceived to succeed the famed DUESENBERG Model J, designer Gordon Buehrig and chief engineer August Duesenberg were commissioned directly by E.L. Cord, owner of the AUBURN-CORD-DUESENBERG conglomerate, to create a sports car of otherworldly beauty, money being of no concern. With its impossibly long hood, pronounced boat tail and de rigueur nickel-plated, external exhaust pipes, the Speedster's sculpted body became an instant American icon of the Classic Period.
July 10th, 2011
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