The Fall Auburn Auction 2021 is underway at the Auburn Auction Park in tiny Auburn, Indiana, the home of the Auburn Motorcar Company. In this historic setting RM Auctions will be selling over 500 collector and specialty cars and trucks this weekend. It all happens with the backdrop of one of America’s premier automotive festivals on Labor Day Weekend.
The Fall Auburn Auction 2021 started on Thursday morning, September 2, and continues through Sunday, September 5, 2021. Everything ranging from American classics to European sports cars, muscle cars, hot rods, customs, and modern collectibles, will be offered in the historic sale. Here is a sampling of some of the top vehicles we will be watching as they cross the auction block on Saturday.
This is the 51st Annual Fall Auburn Auction in Auburn, Indiana. The auction docket for Saturday is full of top quality collector cars. You can watch with Cars-On-Line as the Live Stream of the auction will be available on the front page of the RM-Sotheby’s website here. Just click the video window to view the auction live.
We were impressed with how many 1950’s classics were listed in the sale. There are also a good number of classic and exotic Porsche cars, muscle cars and customs in the auction inventory. Of course, the selection of real vintage motorcars is the best you will find anywhere.
Cars-On-Line will host another Virtual Auction Watching party for our readers on Saturday. Follow our posts on Facebook and Twitter to monitor the cars and prices from the Prime Time docket. You can participate in the conversation as we note the featured top sales. You can even predict what each car will sell for as we talk about them there.
The auction is part of the big Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival held every Labor Day Weekend in Auburn. The Indiana city is the traditional home to the Auburn Motorcar Company. The weekend activities include the RM Auction at the Auburn Auction Park, a car show in Ekhart Park on Saturday morning and a parade through downtown Auburn on Saturday afternoon. There are car shows every night in the downtown square, and cruises and dinner parties are planned throughout the weekend. Of course, a visit to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is a must during the festival.
Follow this link to find our coverage of the ACD Festival in previous years.