This is a very rare collector car and one you wont see very often.
Only 550 1928 Auburn Phaeton convertible sedans were produced that
year. How many models could possibly remain in existence today?
1928 was the first year for roll up window on the four door
convertible. This prewar beauty is an award-winning car that has
won National AACA and AACA Repeat Preservation Awards. It is
reported that this Auburn was the 1928 New York Automobile Show
display model. It was purchased by a couple at the show and driven
home to Indianapolis. The car remained in the family until the late
1960's. In 1973 the car underwent a no expense spared, ground up
restoration. It has remained in that family for 45 years now. The
dual side mount exterior is a gorgeous tricolor combination of
cream paint, dark blue fenders and the cream color doors have
burgundy trim at the top. The top is tan and in excellent
condition. The leather interior is burgundy and presents in
excellent condition. Engine is the Lycoming 8-cylinder 300 cubic
inch paired with a 3-speed transmission with overdrive. The lube
system is Bijur. Brakes are 4-wheel brakes on a 130-foot wheelbase.
The gas gauge is a King-Seely. This beautiful Auburn has years of
maintenance records. It has completed several tours over the years.
It is recognized as a CCCA Full Classic.
1928 Auburn Phaeton
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Tricolor Cream, Dark Blue, Burgundy Trim
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