RM Auctions Auburn Spring 2018
Auburn Spring is an annual event held every year in mid-May at the historic Auction Park in Auburn, Indiana. What brings classic car enthusiasts from across the country to this RM auction is not only the lineup of collectible cars on the docket, but also for the other scheduled activities that make this a popular attraction in the Midwest. Formerly under the banner of Auctions America, this year’s event showcased more than 280 vehicles, as well as a car corral, a huge swap meet, and a regional AACA Meet. Here are some of the weekend’s highlights, including a video of featured cars.
Top Auction Sales
The top sale at the auction was a one owner 2006 Ford GT with a price of $297,000.
Other vehicles at the top of the leaderboard:
- 1931 Cord L29 – $210,000
- Batmobilee #5 Recreation – $165,000
- 2001 BMW Z8 – $145,000
- 1965 Shelby Cobra Continuation – $101,000
- 1932 Auburn Eight Custom – $91,300
- 1995 BMW M3 Lightweight – $90,750
All auction sale prices include buyer’s commission.
Other Eye-Catching cars at the Auction
AACA Central Spring Meet
The featured marque for this meet was Nash.
Whenever we are in Auburn, IN, we always plan for a stop at the ACD Museum. Located in the former headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company in Auburn, Indiana, this museum is a perfectly preserved time capsule of motor cars produced during the the late ’20s and early ’30s. As you step inside the art deco showroom, which contains the largest and most impressive display of Auburns, Cords, and Duesenbergs in the world, it isn’t hard to imagine being greeted by a suave salesman, in a snappy bow tie. It is definitely a step back in time. Here’s a quick tour.