History of Auburn
One of the most famous of all American cars,
the Auburn first appeared in 1900, when Frank & Morris Eckhart of
the Eckhart Carriage Co. in Auburn Indiana, hand built cars,
selling them in and around Auburn. Their first production car was
a single cylinder, chain driven runabout. By 1911 both 2 & 4
cylinder cars were available in open and closed body styles.
saw a 6-cylinder engine offering with innovative electric lights
and a much larger chassis. In 1919 Auburn introduced its Beauty
six model featuring streamlined bodies, step plates instead of
running boards, disc wheels, nickel trim, leather upholstery and
several bright color schemes. By 1924 Auburns were powered by
Continental engines and featured low-pressure balloon tires;
production was about 4000 units per year.
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