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Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Though curbside dining reached peak popularity in the 1950s, nostalgia seekers can still get their fill at these roadside landmarks.

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Whiteland Raceway Park
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Rescued by former IndyCar team owners Sarah Fisher and Andy O’Gara and business partner Wink Hartman, the 1958 Whiteland Raceway Park was in danger of being bulldozed for a parking lot.

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Fellwock Garage, Evansville
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Built by a family of enterprising brothers, a pair of buildings near downtown Evansville represent part of the city’s earliest automotive history.

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Stutz House, 3190 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Last year, Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation officially made the move to the 1923 Stutz house in Indianapolis after completing a $300,000 renovation.

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1921 French Grand Prix winning team - Photo Credit ACD Automobile Museum
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

When relocating their manufacturing facility in 1920, the Duesenberg brothers found Indiana offered the ideal location.

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Lafayette - Jonesy's Standard Oil - Credit Lee Lewellen - header
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

The well-designed filling stations of the early twentieth century prove ideal for adaptive use while still reminding us of our automotive past.

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Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Auto enthusiasts hope to turn a former Indianapolis bank into a hub for the community.

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1920-C-406-Gaston-Chevrolet-winner
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

With help from Chevrolet historian Martin Sinzig, Indiana Automotive member Shawn Miller uncovers a bit of Indianapolis racing history hidden in plain sight.

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Jungle Park
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Before the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was founded, oval racing got its start at some lesser known raceways and tracks across the Midwest.

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