More from the 2013 Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival

Here’s a second big photo gallery of Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg vehicles from this past weekend’s ACD Festival in Auburn, Indiana.

 

You can find part one of the 2013 ACD Festival coverage here. 

The annual ACD Festival has been an annual tradition since 1954. It’s an institution in little  Auburn, Indiana (pop. 13,086) and it’s an institution in the collector car world as well.

It’s interesting to contemplate the fact that in 1954, many of these great cars were barely 20 years old. They weren’t yet the prestigious classics they are today. For the most part, these were merely some interesting old used cars.  We’re glad their qualities were recognized so early, preserving these automobiles for the enjoyment of generations to come. Gallery below.

 

1936 Auburn 654 Sedan Greg Frownfelter
1931 Auburn 8-98A Sedan Paul Lund
1935 Auburn 851 Cabriolet Tom Mettler
1937 Cord 812 SC George and Brad Waken LF
1936 Auburn 852 Phaeton supercharger Glenn Hamilton
1937 Cord 812 Beverly Sedan Howard Payne
1936 Cord 810 Westchester Sedan Ray Cloud
1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Ken Clark
1933 Auburn 8-105A Phaeton Allan and Patricia Hatch rear
1937 Cord 812 SC Phaeton George Arakelian
1937 Cord 812 SC Beverly Sedan Leslie Dreist
1929 Dusenberg J-237 All-Weather Cabriolet William Dreist
1932 Auburn 8-100A Speedster Michael and Judy Gaylor
1937 Cord 812 Phaeton front Carl Stebbins
1931 Duesenberg J-423 Derham Tourster rear Terence Adderly
1936 Auburn 852 Phaeton Glenn Hamilton
1929 Cord L-29 Sedan Bill Smirh
1933 Auburn 8-101A Touring Sedan Robert Gibson
1932 Auburn 8-100A Sedan Mike and Jane Dube
1937 Cord 812 Phaeton Larry Hurn
1931 Auburn 8-98 Brougham Bill and Judy Rettburg
1936 Cord 810 Westchester Josh Malks
1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Convertible Coupe Paul and Linda Gould
1936 Cord 810 Phaeton Greig Charlton
1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Thomas Lee
1923 Duesenberg A Sport Phaeton engine John Bools
1932 Auburn 8-100A Cabriolet Randy Cramer
1930 Cord L-29 Phaeton Dick Greene
Cord L-29 front axle and suspension Ken Clark
1931 Auburn 8-98 Speedster Greg Frownfelter
1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Coupe engine Paul and Linda Gould
1934 Auburn 652Y Phaeton Lee and Bonnie Gorsuch
1927 Duesenberg X Boattail Roadster Peter Heydon
1935 Auburn 851 Phaeton Ray and Thomas Parker
1936 Cord 810 Phaeton Hugh McKnight

1936 Auburn 654 Sedan Greg Frownfelter

1931 Auburn 8-98A Sedan Paul Lund

1935 Auburn 851 Cabriolet Tom Mettler

1937 Cord 812 SC George and Brad Waken LF

1936 Auburn 852 Phaeton supercharger Glenn Hamilton

1937 Cord 812 Beverly Sedan Howard Payne

1936 Cord 810 Westchester Sedan Ray Cloud

1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Ken Clark

1933 Auburn 8-105A Phaeton Allan and Patricia Hatch rear

1937 Cord 812 SC Phaeton George Arakelian

1937 Cord 812 SC Beverly Sedan Leslie Dreist

1929 Dusenberg J-237 All-Weather Cabriolet William Dreist

1932 Auburn 8-100A Speedster Michael and Judy Gaylor

1937 Cord 812 Phaeton front Carl Stebbins

1931 Duesenberg J-423 Derham Tourster rear Terence Adderly

1936 Auburn 852 Phaeton Glenn Hamilton

1929 Cord L-29 Sedan Bill Smirh

1933 Auburn 8-101A Touring Sedan Robert Gibson

1932 Auburn 8-100A Sedan Mike and Jane Dube

1937 Cord 812 Phaeton Larry Hurn

1931 Auburn 8-98 Brougham Bill and Judy Rettburg

1936 Cord 810 Westchester Josh Malks

1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Convertible Coupe Paul and Linda Gould

1936 Cord 810 Phaeton Greig Charlton

1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Thomas Lee

1923 Duesenberg A Sport Phaeton engine John Bools

1932 Auburn 8-100A Cabriolet Randy Cramer

1930 Cord L-29 Phaeton Dick Greene

Cord L-29 front axle and suspension Ken Clark

1931 Auburn 8-98 Speedster Greg Frownfelter

1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Coupe engine Paul and Linda Gould

1934 Auburn 652Y Phaeton Lee and Bonnie Gorsuch

1927 Duesenberg X Boattail Roadster Peter Heydon

1935 Auburn 851 Phaeton Ray and Thomas Parker

1936 Cord 810 Phaeton Hugh McKnight

4 thoughts on “More from the 2013 Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival

    • How many Brunn Rivieras were made? Maybe you could trade the Bode art car for one. I really like the Murphy in the lead photo.

  1. Three Brunn Rivieras total, but only two were supercharged. I’m guessing the Bode art car and the Leata should be good for the normally aspirated Brunn…

    The Murphy is a great looking car also. In fact, I’ll go out on a limb and say that there isn’t a bad looking Model J out there. Not everyone loves the Bauer car because it’s different but I think it’s very cool.

    • In my opinion the Brunn Riviera is among the most attractive J touring styles — for example, in long perspective where you can take in the whole of it at once. Wow, what a car.

      I admire the Bauer too – it is what it is and for what it is, the design has integrity. The one J I don’t care for much is the so-called Tom Mix car, prob. because the rebody is amateurish.

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