This 1912 Auburn Model 30L Special formal sedan is believed to have been built as a show vehicle for the 1912 Boston Auto Show. It was called the "Car of Tomorrow" and has many features that soon became standard on production cars. It has staggered doors, with the right one toward the rear and the left one at the front. This early sedan was built with electric lights and has a beautiful and elaborate original interior. The builder of the body is unknown. The car was sold new at the Boston Auto Show to a gentleman from Toronto, Canada. Technical: This unusual Auburn was constructed on a chassis of 116 inches. The engine is a four-cylinder Rutenber that produces 30 horsepower. The cost of this vehicle when new was $6,200. Auburn production reached a new high of 1,623 vehicles that year.