WW-2 Musium

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    Tailgunner1954
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    (4/24/02 9:14:10 pm)
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    You might have already seen this, but I just ran across it tonight and it looks like it will be a good place to visit in the future.
    www.sinclairintl.com/world.html

    Xracer
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    (4/25/02 8:14:13 am)
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    Looks like a neat place to visit.

    If you go to Auburn, IN, you can really overdose on neat vehicles. It's also the home of the Auburn-Cord-Dusenberg Museum. www.acdmuseum.org/

    polishshooter
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    (5/21/02 10:29:04 pm)
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    WOW, that's only about 2 1/2 hours from where I live, I didn't know about it, I'll have to check it out!

    I used to have a store in Auburn, the last day I visited when we were closing it, I took half a day and visited the ACD museum. It was really neat, especially being able to touch a Liberty engine from a DH-4.

    The town I live in was once called "Little Detroit," because the Cord was made here, there's a lot in the ACD museum about this town. They have an ACD Day in town once a year, and it's cool to see all the Auburns and Cords and Duseys driving through...l
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