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Upstairs at the ACD Museum is the Gordon Buehrig Gallery, a gallery of early Auburn cars, a gallery devoted to the technology used on Auburns, Cords and Duesenbergs, including a Cord FWD chassis and drivetrain and numerous engines, a gallery of Indiana built cars, including a very rare Crosley station wagon, and the preserved offices of E.L. Cord and his design staff. The museum also has a gallery of fine automotive art and original styling drawings. The Buehrig Gallery contains cars that Buehrig drew like the Cord 810/812, as well as those of Auburn/Duesenberg artist Alan Leamy, plus competing cars from Packard, Lincoln, Ruxton and others. Gordon Buehrig designed some beautiful cars. He also drew the 1948 Tasco prototype, an acquired taste to say the least. The Tasco is in the museum’s collection as well as a 1980s vintage car with some Cord design touches that was produced by Buehrig and noted collector Richard Kughn.