How does a small town in the USA, bring more 100,000 people from all over the world to visit year after year? Well, in Auburn, Indiana's case, the saying "If you build it, they will come" has been proven true, because this event is now in its 59th year, and there's no indication that the enthusiasm for this celebration of the automobile is slowing down.
There's definitely something for everyone, whether your interests lie with classic cars, swap meets, parades or antiques, you'll will find it in this mid-west town during the weekend festivities. Tourists journey to Auburn annually to experience activities at the ACD Museum, The Parade of Classics, the Hoosier Tour, the classic car auction at Auctions America, and the downtown cruise-ins around picturesque courthouse square. And don't be surprised while driving around town to see colorful Auburns, Cords, and even Duesenberg tooling down the street. These cars were built to be driven and many owners take this opportunity to give them plenty of exercise while in Auburn.
1950 Studebaker Champion Custom sells for $40,000
1961 Corvette dual quad sells for $55,000
1964 Volkswagen 11-Window bus sells for $43,500