Auctions America generates a remarkable $19.1 million in sales at its Auburn Spring event, May 8 – 10 in Indiana. Now, Auctions America returns to the Auburn Auction Park, August 27 – 31 for its flagship Auburn Fall event. Early highlights for the 2014 sale are led by a complete ACD lineup. The stunning trio includes a genuine 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, offered from more than 30 years of single family ownership, and tucked away from public view since the mid-1980s; a supercharged 1937 Cord 812 Sportsman, offered from The Iconic Southern California Collection, an impressive group of six vehicles formerly owned by noted Palm Springs collector, the late Bob Pond and slated for the Auburn Fall block; and, an authentic 1936 Duesenberg Model SJ Dual-Cowl Phaeton by LaGrande, J-523, fitted with a factory SJ engine.
One of only 36 SJ Duesenbergs ever built, the example on offer is presented complete with its original chassis, body and bell-housing. Formerly owned by noted enthusiast George Lamberson, this highly coveted Duesenberg is offered from single family ownership since 1978. This group of highlights leads a diverse lineup of some 1200 classics, muscle cars, hot rods, exotics, and more expected to cross the block at Auburn Fall.
“Over the past four years, each of our two Auburn sales has witnessed tremendous growth,” says Donnie Gould, president of Auctions America. “Following the recent success of Auburn Spring, we’re looking forward to the next installment of our flagship Auburn Fall weekend, a must-attend event of the summer for enthusiasts of all ages. These three, locally-built ACD cars are a terrific fit for the event and right at home here in Auburn.”