INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A sign of Indiana’s past automobile manufacturing days is now on display.
A 1920s Duesenberg sign was found by members of the Indiana Automotive Historical Society.
It has been refurbished and now hangs at the IndyGo headquarters, which was a Duesenberg factory until 1937. In the early 20th century, 250 automobile manufacturers called Indiana home.
Two Duesenbergs were also on display for the event, a 1925 Model A and a 1933 Model J Berline.