1935 AUBURN MODEL 653
PHAETON - $74,500
This '35 Auburn Model 653 Phaeton is in excellent condition both inside and out! Always stored in a garage since 1969. Auburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD) Club Certification, A-519. Matching numbers. 2017 certified appraisal available on request. Serial Number 3558 of 4216 model 653 Auburns of all body styles produced in 1935. If you are a serious inquirer, we can provide a more detailed history on this great car! Don't miss out on a chance to own this great car!
1936 AUBURN CABRIOLET
SUPER-CHARGED MODEL 852 - SOLD!
AUBURN 866 SPEEDSTER - $93,000 - SOLD
1934 AUBURN 1250 V12 SALON
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1934 Auburn 1250 V12 Salon, one of the rarest Auburns in the world.
GLENN PRAY CORD #25 - $37,500.00
Interesting Story Behind This Cord!
This is Glenn Pray's Cord #25. The Cord was bought by Safeway in 1966 and used as a Door Prize. The Cord was moved from store to store all over Tulsa and the surrounding area. A man who lived in west Tulsa won the drawing for the car. It is unsure how long he kept the car but it did eventually end up in Florida. A gentleman who owned a body shop and his sons did a total rebuild on this Cord. The mechanical was totally gone through but I think they installed the wrong pressure plate. This car is powered by the Corvair 180 Turbo Engine and has a 4 speed transmission. The clutch does slip a little; it could be the adjustment but not sure. The paint and chrome trim are new, paint is a tan/gold, interior is also tan in color. The man that was restoring the car passed away a week before finishing the car, so we finished the interior. This Cord looks great, but, it will need someone to fix or adjust the clutch. The Cord is priced at $37,500.00
1936 CORD - PRICE DROP TO $69,000 - EXCELLENT DEAL!
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