2012 Auburn Heights Invitational

The Auburn Heights Invitational Historic Auto Display debuted in 2012 with an exceptional array of historic vehicles including a homecoming visit by a 1910 Pierce-Arrow once owned by T. Clarence Marshall, the second-generation of Marshalls to call Auburn Heights home, and a spotlight on Brewster & Co. coachwork and automobiles.

Historic Auto Line-Up for 2012


Feature: Vehicles with Brewster & Co. Affiliations

  • 1892 Brewster & Co. Shooting Cart
  • 1903 Brewster & Co. New Station Brougham
  • 1921 Brewster 91 Series Double Enclosed Drive Town Sedan
  • 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Ascot Tourer by Brewster
  • 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I with Pall Mall Body by Brewster
  • 1934 Brewster Ford Open Chauffeur Town Car

Historic Automobile Display

  • 1904 Cadillac Model “A” Runabout
  • 1907 Autocar Type XV Runabout
  • 1909 Waverley Electric Model 74 Stanhope
  • 1910 Mercer Model 30 Speedster
  • 1910 Packard Model 30 Roadster
  • 1910 Pierce-Arrow Model 48 SS Touring
  • 1910 REO Model R4
  • 1913 National Semi-Racing Roadster
  • 1914 Pullman Model 6-46 Touring
  • 1916 Rauch & Lang Electric Brougham (Marshall Steam Museum)
  • 1918 Cadillac Type 57 7-Passenger Tourer
  • 1928 Du Pont Motors Model G Phaeton
  • 1928 Mercedes-Benz Model S 2-Door Touring
  • 1928 Pierce-Arrow Model 33 7-Passenger Sedan
  • 1929 Bentley 4½-Litre Tourer
  • 1931 Cadillac Model 370-A Fleetwood V-12 Roadster
  • 1931 Chrysler CM6 Roadster
  • 1931 Jordan G-90 Dual Cowl Phaeton
  • 1932 Packard Model 905 Phaeton (Marshall Steam Museum)
  • 1936 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Victoria by Rollston
  • 1942 Cadillac Model 6267D Convertible Coupe


In addition to a historic lineup of automobiles, visitors enjoyed:

  • Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit The Way We Worked
  • Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad
  • Food & drink provided by The Country Butcher, Woodside Farm Creamery, and Deerfield Wines
  • Silent Auction and Raffle
  • Mansion Tours
  • Special Presentation “Slogans and Images: Early Automobile Advertisements” by Gregory J. Landry, Division Director of Library, Collections Management and Academic Programs, Winterthur Museum


Auburn Heights Invitational Catalog

To commemorate each Invitational, the Marshall Steam Museum produces the Auburn Heights Invitational Catalog. Serving as a lasting record of the day, the catalog chronicles the stories associated with each of the extraordinary autos on display and includes feature articles of interest to the car enthusiast and history buff alike. This high-quality publication ensures that the event lives on once the automobiles and visitors have returned home and provides lasting recognition for participants, sponsors and advertisers.

 2012 Invitational Catalog

View the 2012 Auburn Heights Invitational Catalog online by clicking the image above.


Please Join Us in Thanking Our Generous 2012 Sponsors


  • Frederick J. Dawson of Bassett, Dawson & Foy, Inc.
  • Mid-Atlantic Antique & Classic Car Center
  • Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, H.David Lunger
  • Last Chance Garage
  • Body Mechanix
  • Eagle Laser – Awards & Engraving

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