The AUBURN CORD DUESENBERG Museum
More than 100 of the most beautiful classics are on display at the former
headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company in Auburn, Indiana.
Occupying a 1930 Art Deco building designed by A.M. Strauss, you can enjoy this unique collection of American pre-war classics in an appropriate setting.
Featuring the three great marques of the Golden Age of the automobile that have been manufactured in Auburn, the museum illustrates the motoring culture from its beginning in the last century, through the decades of this century.
The Auburn Automobile Company was founded in 1900.
Under the management of Errett Lobban Cord, the Duesenberg Automobile and Motors Company was purchased in 1926, and became part of the Auburn Group.
In 1929 the first Cord was introduced with the model L 29. This was also the first American front-wheel-drive production car.
Also in 1929 the Duesenberg Model J was introduced, one of the most famous and desired cars of all time.
1936 brought the Cord 810 with front-wheel-drive and a revolutionary design.
The museum is open Monday through Friday, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, and 10am - 5pm on Saturday and Sunday (closed Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year's Day). Call the museum for admission rates and parking information at (260)-925-1444, or go to: www.automobilemuseum.org
Auburn is situated in the northeast of Indiana, at the intersection of I-69 and State Road 8 - 20 miles north of Fort Wayne and 35 miles south of the Indiana Toll Road (I-80/I-90). Take exit # 129 off the I-69 and follow the directional signs.
1600 South Wayne Street
Auburn, Indiana 46706