Professionally customized Auburn?

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26 Oct 2004 15:41 #2421 by Ken Neill
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Several years ago I was informed of an Auburn which was for sale by a dealer here in Pleasant Prairie. When I went to the dealership it turned out to be an unrestored 1931 or 32 Auburn cabriolet. I was informed by the salesman that "the boss had sold it, and it was going back East" The car appeared to be complete and stock, but seemed to be exceptionally low and had an unusual appearance, compared to my Auburn. Upon close examination it appeared that it had been "sectioned" and the hood lengthened so the steering wheel could be lowered and remain the stock distance from the dash. It was a very professional job of "customizing". Then I discovered a body builder`s plate on the lower left side of the cowl. I do not remember the name of the body builder, but it was located in Buffalo, New York. Is any one out familiar with this car, or know if it still exists?

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