1932 Auburn Speedster The 1932 Auburn Boattail Speedster is legendary. Automobile Quarterly called it "The flashiest, the sexiest, the most flamboyant and the most outlandishly impractical motor car imaginable." Only 35 were built making this one of the rarest Auburns. A highlight is its V-12 Lycoming engine producing 160bhp. Equipped with an overdrive 'Dual-Ratio’ axle for high top speeds, it broke every stock car speed record in 1932 from one to 500 miles, including the flying mile at 100.77mph (Muroc Dry Lake) continuing on to 500 miles averaging 88.95mph. This Best of Show winner was body-off restored and is a joy to drive.