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Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Explore close to home on historic roads and natural routes that highlight downtowns and Main Streets.

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Denver's Garage exterior, Fortville - Photo credit Shawn Miller - edit
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Strikingly modern for its day, a 1956 Fortville service station will soon reopen as Denver’s Garage Pizza & Brews.

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Arnolt building with Stanley Arnolt, Warsaw, 1956 - Courtesy of Hemmings
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Stanley “Wacky” Arnolt formed the Arnolt Corporation in Warsaw in 1939, kicking off a brief but exciting period in automotive history.

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Mates' White Front Tavern Indianapolis
Indiana Automotive Landmarks

Just east of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mates’ White Front earned its place in the ’50s and ’60s as a storied hangout for fans and drivers alike.

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ACD Museum - Photo courtesy Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

A plan for repairs and continued restoration at Auburn’s Art Deco landmark aims to ensure its taken care of for decades to come.

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Indiana Automotive Landmarks, Rehabs & Renovations

Rehabbed and reopened this spring, a Dutch Colonial house found new life as Guggman Haus Brewing Co.

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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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