Studebaker Tree Sign in New Carlisle, Indiana

Planted in 1938, the Studebaker sign in Bendix Woods was once recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's largest living advertisement. In its prime, it contained 8,000 red and white pine trees. After 75 years with no maintenance, it has thinned out to just 2,000 but is still visible from the air.

Back in 1926, the Studebaker Corporation built what it claimed to be the first closed testing facility for an American car company. The automobile manufacturer, founded in 1852, spent more...

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