|Year: 1933||Odometer: 43969|
|Type: Convertible||Transmission: manual|
|Cubic Capacity: 4.4 L. / 8 cylinders|
|Power: 101 hp|
This Auburn is named "Pheaton Sedan" because of its 4 doors and "suicide doors" body style.
The company Auburn was acquired by Cord and the Auburns where produced beside the Duesenbergs and Cords.
The Prewar cars from the 30's are characterized by the Art Deco style, their beautiful shapes, the noble spare tires left and right on the fenders, The stepsides and noble lines.
In 1933 The Auburn where cars for the upper class and very expensive.
The elegant color is with nice green accents is in a very good condition and the many chrome details on Auburn ensures that she stands out. The chrome shines bright like a diamond.
The leather interior fits perfectly with the paint and is also in excellent condition.
The beautiful soft top is in a very good condition and is works perfectly.
The Auburns where powered by a Lycoming engine, the Lycoming company still exists and is a respectable name in the aeronautics industries.
The 4.4 liter Lycoming 8 cylinder engine runs excellent and is known for its reliability.
The transmission shifts perfectly.
The Auburn has amazing original spoke wheels with wide whitewall tires.
US Import, This car already has been imported.
All import taxes and fees are already paid for.
The car has a US Title and Customs documents.
We can organize transport for you.
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