Original Series 2

1935 Auburn 851 Speedster

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One of the most iconic cars of all time, is the Auburn 851 Speedster, originally built between 1934 and 1936.

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It was revived by the legendary Glenn Pray, who in 1960 purchased the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg name and leftover stock, and produced a total of 113 continuation cars.

The car prominently featured here is such a rare bird. It was manufactured in the early 1970s at the Auburn factory in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Better yet, this is the actual car that was featured in the blockbuster movie "Seabiscuit."

Serial number *FOY81A835285* comes with a clear California Certificate of Title.

Motorvation comes from a Lincoln 460-V8 4bbl engine, coupled to a Ford C6 automatic transmission.

Finished in Butternut Yellow over genuine brown leather and equipped with chromed wire wheels, the car's impact on other motorists and passerbys is simply astonishing.

Genuine 1935 Auburn dashboard is richly equipped.

Splendid leather bench seat has been covered in transparent plastic decades ago to preserve its time-warp condition.

Notice the original Bakelite switch gear and characteristic shift lever!

Fantastic 1935 Auburn tail lamps!
Historical Vehicle license plate is included in sale.

Superb undercarriage is clean as a whistle.

This Auburn starts on the button and runs and drives fabulously.

We can't think of another car in this price range that can create so much attention from such a wide array of people. This car stops traffic!

Rarely does one of these cars come up for sale, and if, the asking price is usually substantially above ours.
Opportunity calls, are you ready to answer?



You are most welcome to inspect this fine automobile at our location in Ventura, by appointment, or have someone inspect it for you.
Please, direct all inquiries to bill@californiaclassix.com or call us at 805-653-5551.