Where to see Indiana-built Full Classics
Many prominent museum collections include Indiana-built Full Classics. Here are some located in Indiana — and one in nearby Michigan — that are especially committed to showing and preserving these great automobiles. (If going to see a specific car, we suggest calling ahead to confirm it will be on display.)
- Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum, Auburn. Located at the restored art deco Auburn factory showroom and headquarters in northeastern Indiana. See numerous Auburns and Cords, and the world’s largest Duesenberg exhibit.
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis. In addition to the Speedway’s spectacular collection of Indy racers, a rare 1925 McFarlan is usually on display along with a Model J Duesenberg.
- Studebaker National Museum, South Bend. Several Classic Studebakers are usually displayed among the many historic vehicles to be seen in this spacious, recently renovated museum.
- Classic Car Club of America Museum at the Gilmore Car Museum, Hickory Corners, Mich. Take in two floors of Full Classics, including a number of Indiana-built cars, at the official CCCA museum. Special note: Indiana-built cars, classic and otherwise, will be featured at the Classic Car Club of America Museum’s annual “Experience” show on Sunday, June 6, 2011.