AUBURN, IN – The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is excited to announce that the National Park Service has awarded the museum a $500 thousand dollar matching grant through the Save America’s Treasures program.
The grant was give to preserve and restore its National Historic Landmark Building. The SAT program is funded through the Historic Preservation Fund using revenue from the Outer Continental Shelf oil lease revenue, not tax dollars.
The Save America’s Treasures matching grant will begin with replacing the facilities leaking roof and seal the top half of the building envelope, as well as install new HVAC equipment. The repair work will be done prior to exterior and interior rehabilitation and restoration activities to be completed in future phases.
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