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Auburn

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Auburn is a city in Northern Indiana, home to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum and the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States.

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  • Interstate 69 runs roughly north-south near the western edge of the city.
  • Indiana 8 goes east-west through the heart of Auburn.

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  • Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, 1600 S. Wayne St, +1 260 925-1444. Museum that celebrates the art and history of the Duesenberg car. It contains over 120 classic vehicles, and it's listed as a National Historical Landmark. Numerous galleries discuss the history of the namesake car, the history of carmakers in Indiana, and special interest prototype cars. They also have a gift shop!

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Routes through Auburn
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