The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum maintains numerous exhibits, including those in the Buehrig Gallery of Design, "which was made possible with support from the Charles and Barbara Goodman Foundation". The gallery allows visitors to explore the career of Gordon Buehrig, a master designer who created legendary automobiles like the Duesenberg Model J and the Cord 810. Between 1929 and 1965, Buehrig contributed body designs to top car manufacturers such as Duesenberg, Inc. and the Auburn Automobile Company, where he introduced new lines for cars that were formerly carriage-shaped. He later become a teacher at the Art Center College of Design, and inspired the next generation of leading automobile designers.
The Buehrig Gallery of Design in Auburn sheds light on the practice and progression of automotive design with examples of components and automobiles from the Auburn Automobile Company and Duesenberg. In the gallery, visitors can view Gordon Buehrig's Automotive Hall of Fame Medal, his personal drafting set, and his TASCO scale model.