1935 Auburn 851 Sedan

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EngineIn-line eight-cylinder engine by Lycoming, 115 horsepower.
TransmissionManual
Body StyleSedan
Exterior ColorBlack, silver stripe
Interior ColorTan

This 1935 Auburn 851 Sedan is eighty percent original as it left the factory in Connersville, Indiana. New for 1935 was Gordon Buehrig’s restyling of the grille, hood and front fenders. This vehicle features an all-steel body; Auburn started using all-steel bodies before many other manufacturers. Note the original broadcloth interior and the metal dashboard, painted to resemble wood grain. The front portion of the front windows and the windows for the rear seat can be opened in such a fashion that would circulate fresh air through the car. New, this car sold for $1,188, without any options added.

Paint and exterior

Original paint

Upholstery and interior

All-original tan broadcloth and flooring

Engine

Original Engine: Yes

Lycoming GG series engine, L-head

Brakes

Four-wheel hydraulic brakes

Transmission

Three-speed manual

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