From May 9–11 Auctions America will organize highly anticipated annual Auburn Spring Sale at the historic Auburn Auction Park in Auburn, Indiana. Exciting list is consists of approximately 500 quality collector cars and memorabilia.
Auction highlights include a 1930 Packard Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton, richly presented in black with green leather interior and a black convertible top and fitted with the desirable “Super 8” inline eight-cylinder engine, a 1938 Cadillac V-16 Convertible Coupe with Fleetwood coachwork, finished in yellow with a new red leather interior, black canvas top anddesirable V-16 engine, and a very rare 1967 Ford Fairlane 500XL R-code showing just 2,877 miles from new and featuring an extensive, documented period drag racing history.
In addition to a diverse roster of quality collector cars and memorabilia slated for the auction block, the weekend will also incorporate a number of other attractions set to celebrate the automotive hobby. Weekend also include a meeting with Richard Rawlings of Discovery’s hit TV series, Fast N’ Loud, who will be onsite May 9 for an autograph session in the main auction arena. The Saturday event program also incorporates extreme entertainment for all ages, including the high-flying, interactive Solution Action Sports BMX demonstration, as well as a Jet-Powered Smart Car demonstration, the latest creation from Wild West Entertainment.
Other offeres on auction will be, a freshly-restored 1903 Cadillac boasting excellent performance by the standards of its day and featuring 12-spoke wood wheels fitted with white tires and eye-catching brass components, 1929 Hudson Dual Cowl Phaeton with coachwork by Biddle and Smart, and one of only seven known to exist, 1935 Lincoln Mark K V-12 Series 301 Seven-Passenger Limousine powered by a 150hp, 414-cid V-12 engine with three-speed manual transmission and recognized as a Full Classic by the Classic Car Club of America and 1952 Jaguar XK120 SE Roadster complete with Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certification.
The Auburn Spring sale will also feature a dedicated single-day of automotive memorabilia on Thursday, May 9, including select pieces from the respected John O’Quinn and Wade Jennings Automotive Artwork collections.