1934 Auburn 650X

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Chassis/VIN2810 B
EngineLycoming in-line six cylinder, 210 cubic inches, 85 horsepower
TransmissionManual
Body StyleBrougham
Exterior ColorIvory
Interior ColorTan

The 1934 Auburn was the last model that company designer Alan Leamy penned for the Auburn Automobile Company. Compared to his previous designs, it was his smoothest and most streamlined yet. It stood out with its split radiator grills and ‘bear claw’-like hood louvers. It was also the first time since 1930 that Auburn produced both a six-cylinder engine in its lineup. They produced four models, the 652X and 652Y equipped with the six-cylinder engine, and the 850X and 850Y paired with the eight-cylinder engine. The difference between the ‘X’ and ‘Y’ were trim and interior options. However, company officials and overall public perception disliked the design, and production of the 1934 line stopped midyear in July. In total, 7,275 Auburns were produced in 1934. Only 1,295 of those were the 652X designation, and only 413 were of the brougham body style. Only two 652X broughams are known to exist.

Upholstery and interior

Tan leather, tan carpeting

Transmission

Three-speed manual

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