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At The Original Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Company, we understand the significance of your classic Auburn or Cord vehicle and we are dedicated to restoring it to its original glory. We have been restoring these vehicles for decades, and our team of expert technicians has the knowledge and experience to bring your car back to life. We use only the highest-quality parts and materials and pay close attention to every detail, ensuring that your restoration is authentic and accurate.

We understand the importance of keeping these cars on the road and preserving their legacy for future generations. Our team is passionate about classic cars and we take pride in our work, ensuring that each restoration is done to the highest standards. We are also committed to keeping our customers informed throughout the restoration process, making sure that you are completely satisfied with the final product.

We are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our customers, and we stand behind our work. Whether you're looking to restore your car to its original condition, to be judged for historical accuracy, or make some modern upgrades, we have the knowledge and expertise to make it happen. Trust us to restore your Original Auburn or Cord vehicle and make it a car that you can be proud to show off.

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