The elegance, speed and price tag of Auburns made them a popular choice for car lovers of the 1930s. This V12 was the first 12-cyinder car to sell for under $1,000-a very modest price at the time. The 1931 straight-eight engine was beefed up in 1932 with a new 6.4-litre V12 engine, and both cars benefited from the speed and power offered by a dual-ratio rear axle. The Auburn line did not survive the economic hardship of the Depression.
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