It was 1934. The Depression was taking a big bite out of people’s lives. And here’s a little Indiana company, about 18 miles north of Fort Wayne and halfway between Chicago and Detroit—the Auburn Automobile Company to be exact—selling beautiful, huge, powerful, road-gobbling expensive machines. This one’s called an Auburn 12 cabriolet. They also built Cords and Duesenbergs. Audacious, eh? Classic image of a great American classic car infused into aluminum, ready-to-hang. Sequentially numbered Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the artist is included. Edition strictly limited to 34.