engine: Lycoming supercharged straight 8
transmission: 3 speed manual with a Columbia 2-speed rear axle
manufactured: Auburn, Indiana
This rakish, powerful sporting automobile was a preferred driver's
choice during the rip-roaring mid-1930s.
However, the Auburn
Automobile Company along with Duesenberg and Cord were struggling to
recover financially after the Depression years. Therefore this 1936
model Auburn is almost identical to the 1935 model; and by mid-1937
neither Auburn, Cord, nor Duesenberg were building any automobiles.
Sadly, in 1937, each of these three great American automobile names
passed into automotive history.
Vehicle on loan courtesy of
owner Frank Cek of Euclid, Ohio
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