1931 is considered a very significant year among Auburn collectors
due to dramatic restyling from visionary designer Al Leamy, who
applied some aesthetic contours and features from the Cord L-29.
The result was a phenomenon of automobile design that put the
previously struggling car manufacturer firmly in the center of the
American luxury car market. There are few cars as marvelous as this
1931 Auburn Model 8-98A convertible coupe on the classic car market
This example was fully restored before entering into a predominant
museum collection more than 10 years ago. The car remains in
excellent restored condition with full matching numbers, restored
to 100% original spec. Used primarily in the Huntington Beach 4th
of July parade for several years and the occasional drive up PCH,
this is one of the cleanest examples available. She is mechanically
and cosmetically in outstanding condition and she is turn-key ready
to be enjoyed and driven.
1931 Auburn 8-98A
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