One of only seventeen V12 examples produced in total for 1934. Exceptional restoration by Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. One of the most beautiful and desirable of all Auburn motorcars.
One of just seventeen Auburn Salon Twelves produced in 1934, this magnificent Phaeton is an exquisite example, recently restored to a high standard by marque specialists. Serial number 1250-1189H comes to us via a well-known and respected expert who restored the car to concours standards at the official home of Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. This car was previously restored to a high standard, as evidenced by a 1992 AACA Senior Grand National First Prize and CCCA Senior badge; however, a road accident prompted its most recent restoration by ACD, completed in 2019. While in Broken Arrow, repairs were made using new-old-stock parts wherever possible, with meticulous attention to detail and correctness. It presents today in beautiful concours condition, retaining all of its unique Salon model components and features.