History scholars will recognize instantly one of the most infamous names.
He's the man considered to be "Public Enemy Number One": John Dillinger.
His crime sprees included bank robberies and jailbreaks, and he left a string of victims in his wake.
For 14- months during the 1930's, Dillinger's reign of terror held the nation's attention, striking fear in the hearts of man, woman and child.
Dillinger's life and death both happened in his home state of Indiana, and now, his car, a 1933 Essex Terraplane, is on loan from the crime museum, and is parked inside Indianapolis International Airport.
It's the car Dillinger was driving when he was shot in the leg while speeding away from police.
The car's odometer reads just over 15- thousand miles, and the car comes complete with bullet holes from a quick departure from Minnesota.
The car will remain on display at the airport for another 2 years.
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