This 1929 Auburn 8-120 Convertible Sedan wears an older, yet high-quality, body-off restoration and has accumulate a mere 250 miles since. It is painted in a two-tone exterior color finished in Cat's Eye Green and cream and fitted with a tan convertible top. There are dual side-mounted spare tires, dual chrome-plated cowl lights, and a rear-mounted luggage trunk. The interior is trimmed in tan upholstery, tan carpeting, and woodwork. Mounted under the bonnet is the original Lycoming eight-cylinder engine that displaces 244 cubic-inches and produces 120 horsepower. There is a three-speed manual gearbox and four-wheel drum brakes.
In 2008, this car was brought to the 2nd Annual Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey presented by RM Auctions where it was estimated to sell for $120,000-$160,000. Bidding reached $75,000 which was not enough to satisfy the vehicles reserve. The lot was left unsold.