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The Sensational Auburn 1929 Cabin Speedster

By Michael Lamm:  Is the Auburn Cabin Speedster America’s earliest factory concept car? I doubt it, but it did arrive nine years before the Buick Y-Job, the car that usually takes that title. The original Auburn Cabin Speedster was built by the Griswold Body Co., a medium-sized bodymaker based in Detroit. Griswold produced low-volume bodies…

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Wings & Wheels at the Collings Foundation

Last weekend the well known Collings Foundation in Stow, MA., had a unique exposition of classic cars from the Collings Collection along with aircraft, some of which took off and flew during the day. Above and below can be seen the 1932 Duesenberg supercharged SJ phaeton that was Fred Duesenberg’s personal car.          …

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