The Graham, having purchased the Cord 810/812 tooling and dies from the Auburn Automobile Company, produced the Hollywood in 1941.
The museum houses many artifacts which help to tell the story of the Auburn Automobile Company, Cord Corporation, and the people who worked for the company.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is unveiling two new Access Days where visitors of all ability levels can visit the museum and engage with new sensory-friendly programming.
To preserve for centuries the Auburn Automobile Company headquarters building, Auburns, Cords, Duesenbergs and other fine automobiles and artifacts relevant to documenting and sharing their historical significance.
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