Production may have stopped in 1937, but the legacy of Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg automobiles races on into the present. Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg historians tell how a small carriage company became the producer of some of the most striking and innovative cars ever made in America.
Explore the close-knit and vibrant community still dedicated today to preserving the stories and memories surrounding these fantastic works of machinery. The film is a documentary produced by Ball State University students in cooperation with the Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry and formatted by Barn-Find Productions.
It features archival photographs and film footage, never-before-seen Hoosier Tour and Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival film footage, and intriguing insights into the lives of historical icons, E.L. Cord, Alan Leamy, Gordon Buehrig, the Duesenberg brothers, and more by Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum curator, Jon Bill, and Duesenberg historian, Randy Ema.