Before this vehicle came to the museum, the donor had partially restored the interior and the engine compartment, but some projects remained. The museum's Pit Crew got it into running order by fixing the fuel pump, refilling essential fluids like coolant and brake fluid, creating glove box and trunk interiors, and attaching hood and grille ornaments. The Technical: This 1936 Auburn has a 210 cubic-inch six-cylinder engine, producing 85 horsepower. It was used in more than half of all Auburns produced in 1936. It also has a dual-ratio differential, which provides the power to climb steep inclines and allows it to be driven at speeds fast enough for today's highways.