Hoosier Made: World Driven

The exhibit looked at the heyday of Indiana’s automobile industry when some of the world’s finest motorcars were built in the Hoosier state. The exhibit was presented at Indiana’s three leading transportation museums. The Studebaker National Museum in South Bend featured the “Brass Era” (c. 1900-1915); the Kokomo Automotive Heritage Museum in Kokomo showcased the “Jazz Era” of the late ‘teens and early 1920s; and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn spotlighted “Classic” cars of the 1930s.