Auburn -Speedster Boattail
This Auburn Speedster Boattail is one of the second series and comes from the Carel Wust Museum. In the years 30, there were three brands of cars produced in Auburn, Duesenberg and Cord’s the town of Auburn, Indiana. Unfortunately, all three of these brands went bankrupt. However, many parts of the Auburn were still available and were managed by the manager of the bankrupt estate, Dallas Winslow. A teacher technique called Glenn Pray, however, was so impressed with these cars’s (the model "Boattail" from 1935/1936) that he devised the idea of building a second series. The basis for this was the (modern) chassis of a Chevrolet or a Ford passenger car from the 60-er or 70-er years. ’s this basis, a limited number of cars were built with two or four seats. This specific Auburn is built on a Ford V8. That is why this car is also registered as Ford. This Auburn is a real "nematocatator" and a special, and widely appreciated appearance. Drive a car in its purest form say!
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