One of my favorite looking cars I saw all weekend. The paint of this 851 made a beautiful car drop dead gorgeous.
One of the only places in the world where an Aventador gets no attention whatsoever.
Me getting to sit in an 851 Auburn! Notice how small the windshield is. (I am 6 foot.)
All the above photos were taken at the ACD Museum. All the below photos were taken at the car auction only five minutes down the road.
I walked away from the GF for maybe 5 minutes while she was looking at this Ferrari and she said the owner came up and filtered with her and she got to sit in the Ferrari!
It is rare to see a Duesenberg. It is even more rare to see a Duesenberg is disrepair. This is a unique glimpse of a Duesenberg before it becomes perfect. Same could be said about the Auburn above.
Best fins in the industry.
Stunning Pierce Arrow 133. I would DD
Not sure if this Cord is a custom or factory body but the Cord 812 Speedster was beautiful.
Always a show stopper.
So much beautiful patina!
The gold window, the landau top, the maroon paint. The 1970’s Town Car Coupe is one of if not my favorite land yacht of the 1970’s.
Would DD the Mercedes CL600 in a minute. Hate that the ABC is so cruel. I plan on owning a V12 before I die though.
Last American car that mass produced a V12. Sad to say it is from 1948. Will we ever see another?
In you live in the Midwest or ever get the chance to go to the Auburn Festival over Labor Day Weekend I recommend you do it. The cars are stunning, the environment is great, and you will likely have a wonderful time.