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1919 Auburn 'Beauty Six' Open Touring   The Auburn motorcar - a single-cylinder runabout with solid tires and a steering tiller - was introduced in 1903 by brothers Charles, Frank and Morris Eckhardt, carriage builders who started the Auburn Automobile Company in the Indiana town of the same name. This extensively researched and refurbished later model is one of the company's very few open touring cars that have survived.

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