1929 Auburn 6-80
The American automobile industry set a new record for production in 1929, producing more than five million vehicles. Auburn was following suit by producing more than 20,000 Auburns in 1929, representing a 55 percent increase for the year. As Auburn sought to expand its market share, it offered new body styles with various configurations including this four-passenger Victoria. The Victoria was never a very popular body style with Auburn buyers, probably due to the relatively small passenger compartment. It was only in production for only one model year. The car was produced in three series; this is the six-cylinder version. Only 202 such vehicles were produced and this is the only known surviving example.
The wheelbase measures 120 inches, and the car weighs 3,295 lbs.
Paint and exterior
Upholstery and interior