It's a Labor Day tradition in Indiana and this year I had the chance to go to the Auctions America Auction in Auburn, Indiana.  I've been there a couple of times but this is the first time I had the chance to go with my dad and my brother.

If your not familiar this is a big auto auction in Auburn that always is centered around the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival. The festival happens Labor Day weekend in Auburn, Indiana.

It's a huge event that has a many different cars from all era's and makes and models.  The most expensive car we saw was a 1929 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Couple that is estimated over a million and a half dollars.  I unfortunately didn't get to see it go through that auction, but it was a nice ride that had my brothers attention.

I didn't really have any cars that caught my attention.  I have always wanted to get a Road Runner and saw a couple of models, but ones that I would of not been able to get my hands on.

This event also has a swap meet and a car corral, where many owners where showing off their rides for sale.

It is a cool place to check out and I hope that I can make this a tradition and go every year.  Maybe some year I will be able to land my own classic.

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