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Old 11-05-2017, 12:10 AM
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Flatheads in Auburn IN

Took a road trip to see the museums in Auburn IN. Here are some pics from the Early Ford V8 Foundation Museum.




























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thanks! must of been a fun tour.
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They are in the process of a major expansion. I’m looking forward to returning when they finish it. A lot of good reference material there.




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GREAT PHOTOS! Thanks for taking us along with you.
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MuseumS, plural? Wow, cool. I've only been there twice (side trips from Ft. Wayne), last time about 20 years ago, all they had was the Auburn/Cord/Deusenberg museum. Sounds like it's really expanded. So are they fixin' on building a replica of the old Ford Rotunda? The original burned down when I was just a wee lad, so I have no direct memory of it. That should be interesting.
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Thanks for sharing, I wondered how it was coming along.
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Their pamphlet shows 8 museums. We took in 3 and an antique mall. Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is a must see. National Auto and Truck Museum has a Futurliner, a lot of muscle cars and a basement full of old mostly international trucks. A replica of the Rotunda is incorporated in to the design of the expansion. I don’t know what completion date they’re shooting for but I intend to return next summer to check it out.
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