The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is located in the original factory showroom of the Auburn Automobile Company in Auburn, Indiana. It houses over 100 classic cars -- several from before World War I. The museum chronicles the history of American automobile manufacturing with an emphasis on the cars built in Auburn.

Besides the Auburns, Cords and Duesenbergs you will find models from the Auburn Motor Buggy Co., McIntyre, Black, Kiblinger, Saf-T-Cab, Desoto, Union, Imp, and Zimmerman -- all cars that were manufactured in Auburn, Indiana. There are also galleries showcasing the luxury automobiles produced in the same era that competed with these Auburn products.

There is also a special exhibits gallery that focuses on highlighting automotive history and galleries to showcase innovative and impact cars in automobile manufacturing.

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