This incredibly original Auburn has been driven only 8,800 miles since it was new. This automobile was purchased in 1932 by Mr. Robert Heinemann of Hamilton, Ohio. The car was stored and maintained for several decades by the original owner. It is believed to be the lowest mileage twelve-cylinder Auburn to exist. This vehicle is complete down to the operating instruction tags for the two-speed rear axle and free-wheeling device. The car is often studied by individuals who are restoring a similar car. This vehicle is an important historic artifact that demonstrates the manner in which these fine automobiles were originally built. There is no substitute for originality. Technical: The 1932 Auburn 12-160A Sedan features a twelve-cylinder Lycoming engine rated at 160 horsepower. The wheelbase measures 132 inches and the car weighs 4,615 pounds. Priced at $1,250, the Auburn represented a tremendous value in the twelve-cylinder class.