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Auburns at Barrett-Jackson

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29 Jan 2004 17:33 #1264 by Auburn/Cord Parts
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You've all probably seen these but here are the Auburns that sold at Barrett-Jackson last month.

1932 AUBURN 8 100 A CUSTOM CABRIOLET
http://www.barrett-jackson.com/auctionr ... ?id=174668

1936 AUBURN 852 SUPERCHARGED CONVERTIBLE
http://www.barrett-jackson.com/auctionr ... ?id=175158

1936 AUBURN 852 CONVERTIBLE
http://www.barrett-jackson.com/auctionr ... ?id=176697

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29 Jan 2004 21:23 #1270 by Al Hatch
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Stan,

I watched all 15 hours of the B-J auction. What did you think of the 812 S/C phaeton and the 810 Cabriolet? I think I am ready to sell my '37 Cabriolet. Do you think I can get $324K for it? I would glady take half of that figure. On a more serious note, I am glad to see our ACD cars garner strong prices and that there is still a strong interest and desire to own ACD cars.

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25 Feb 2004 17:43 #1349 by pwright
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Al. I am aware of the Auburns which sold at the auction, but in the auction catalog, there was also listed a 1932 8-100A phaeton sedan (red). Do you, or anyone else for that matter, know what happened with that car? Pete

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25 Feb 2004 19:05 #1350 by Bill Hummel
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Al Hatch wrote: Stan,

What did you think of the 812 S/C phaeton and the 810 Cabriolet? I think I am ready to sell my '37 Cabriolet. Do you think I can get $324K for it?

Al Hatch


Hi Al,

Randy Ema told me that those sales fell through. Have you heard anything more on these?

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26 Feb 2004 00:20 #1353 by Al Hatch
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Hi Bill,

I know the 812 S/C Phaeton did not appear in auction results that were published in last weeks 'Old Cars Weekly'. The cabriolet was posted as a sale but who knows. The buzz is that both cars were fairly straight but were not of the ACD Best of Show or Gordon Buehrig Award status. But who knows. Good to hear from you. Keep 7/22-25 open for the Can Am mini meet.

CORDially,

Al

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