Manufactured in Auburn, Indiana, the Auburn Company first produced wagons in 1877 and started manufacturing automobiles in 1903. The 1935 Auburn features a Lycoming manufactured 280 cubic-inch inline eight engine that developed 150 horsepower and a top speed of 104 miles per hour when equipped with the Schwitzer-Cummings supercharger. Coachwork was inspired by designer Gordon Buehrig. Auburn became part of the E.L. Cord family of cars - Auburn, Cord & Dusenberg. Auburn production ended in 1936.
The famous driver, Ab Jenkins, set a speed record driving an 851 at an average of 100 miles per hour for a 12 hour period.Also photographed at :