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1931 Auburn 8-98 Boattail Speedster

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E. L. Cord took the struggling Auburn Automobile Company, established in 1903, in Auburn, Indiana by Charles Eckhart to national prominence. In 1924 he was invited to assume the presidency of a failing company. He soon introduced America's lowest priced eight-cylinder car and took full control of the company in 1925. The Lycoming-powered Auburn became the basis that ultimately led to the formation of the Cord Corporation that included Lycoming Manufacturing, Stinson Aircraft, Duesenberg, Cord and more..

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