About AuburnA light industrial center in a rich farming region, Auburn is one of the oldest towns in DeKalb County. One of the nation's earliest car manufacturers, the W.H. McIntyre Co., operated in Auburn 1908-15. From 1900 to 1937 the city was the site of the Auburn Automobile Co., maker of luxury cars, including the popular Auburn Boattail Speedster and the noted front-wheel-drive Cord.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, featuring a classic car parade as well as antiques, quilts and arts and crafts shows, is held the weekend before Labor Day.
Visitor Centers DeKalb County Visitors Bureau 500 S. Grandstaff Dr., Ste. C Auburn, IN 46706. Phone:(260)927-1499 or (877)833-3282
Things to Do Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum
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