Auburn-Cord Duesenberg Museum
Address 1: PO Box 271
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is indisputably the "home of the classics," honoring three extraordinary motoring marquees from America's golden age of the automobile. The museum is situated in the factory showroom and administration building of the former Auburn Automobile Company (1900-1937), the renowned independent builder of elegant luxury cars. Handsome and sporty Auburns, and innovative front-drive Cords were designed, built, displayed and marketed in this small northeast Indiana city until 1938, when the effects of the Great Depression brought an end to a transportation empire.