This 1935 Auburn featured an specially built aluminum 377-cu-in. Model A Cummins diesel. It's produced 85 hp and managed 35 miles per gallon -- considered very good at the time. It was built to promote the benefits of diesel engines, but turned out to be a bit too heavy. It eventually became one of founder Clessie Cummins personal cars.

Photo: Jim Park


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