Auburn Cord and Duesenberg Festival Photo Dump

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One of my favorite looking cars I saw all weekend. The paint of this 851 made a beautiful car drop dead gorgeous.

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One of the only places in the world where an Aventador gets no attention whatsoever.

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Me getting to sit in an 851 Auburn! Notice how small the windshield is. (I am 6 foot.)

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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.

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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!

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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.

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Best fins in the industry.

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Stunning Pierce Arrow 133. I would DD

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Not sure if this Cord is a custom or factory body but the Cord 812 Speedster was beautiful.

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Always a show stopper.

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So much beautiful patina!

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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.

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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.

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Last American car that mass produced a V12. Sad to say it is from 1948. Will we ever see another?

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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.

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