1934 Prototype Sedan for Auburn Automobile Company NEW FOR 2021!

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1934 Prototype Sedan for Auburn Automobile Company NEW FOR 2021!

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1934 Duesenberg sedan by A.H. Walker

Duesenberg Motors Company was an American manufacturer of race cars and luxury automobiles. Albert H. Walker was an Englishman from Kenilworth in Warwickshire who in 1934 took over the vacant Indianapolis Weymann Ameri-can Body plant in 1934 to build a handful of bodies for Duesenberg. Only seven (7) Walker-built Duesenberg bodies were built before he withdrew from business in 1935.

This particular sedan was known as the “baby Duesenberg” and served as the prototype for the Cord 810/812 family of cars. The “baby Duesenberg” coachwork was designed by Gordon Buehrig using components sourced from the Auburn parts bin.

Gordon Buehrig was a visionary responsible for many advancements and changes: retractable headlights, rear-hinged hood, no running boards, no visible radiator, and front-wheel drive. The Walker factory completed the stunning 4-door sedan in ten (10) weeks during the spring of 1934.

Only 250 of these unique models made.