The annual collector car sale at Auburn Auction Park may get the headlines in the classic car journals, but don’t forget that it’s the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival that is preeminent each Labor Day weekend in northeastern Indiana. Yes, the auction is one of the oldest in the country, dating to the early 1970s, but this September the festival celebrates its 60th anniversary.
But people don’t go to the home of the Auburn Automobile Company (and later also of Cord and Duesenberg) just to show the classic vehicles produced by the ACD automakers. They also go to buy such cars and Auctions America has announced the completion of a docket trifecta for the September sale. Continue reading