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Flint, Michigan's center for historic automobiles, regional history and hands-on science.
http://sloanmuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 6
Located in Dawsonville, Georgia
http://www.thunderroadusa.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
National Corvette Museum - Located in Bowling Green Kentucky, the 68,000 sq. ft. building houses more than 50 Corvette models and one-of-a-kind concept cars spanning the history of Corvette.
http://www.corvettemuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 5
The Unser Racing Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
http://www.unserracingmuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 6
The Stock Car Racing Collection contains more than 900 books, magazines, and videos, as well as files of clippings, photographs, race programs, press kits, and other material. Located at The Appalachian State University in Boone, NC
http://www.library.appstate.edu/stockcar/ ~ Read More
PR: 4
the Largest private collection of Vintage Stock Cars in the U.S. Over 130 vehicles on Display. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina.
http://www.memorylaneautomuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
NINE CLASSIC AUTOMOBILES that have competed in the GREAT AMERICAN RACE, including the 1995 winner, a 1917 Marmon. Seventy automobiles in all! Located in Rio Rancho, NM
http://www.jrvintageautos.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 4
offers a diverse display of motorcycle history. Our 6,000 square foot museum has retained much of it's "retro" look adding to the nostalgic feel of the era. Over 200 motorcycles from a wide variety of manufacturers are on display, many beautifully restored to their original condition. Located in St. Louis, MO
http://www.classicmotorcyclesllc.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
Nestled on 90 landscaped acres in restored historic barns are nearly 200 extraordinary vehicles spanning more than 100 years of automotive heritage. Here you will find exhibits ranging from a 1899 Locomobile, to the classic Duesenberg or the elusive Tucker '48, and from the Model T to the muscle cars of the 60s and 70s. Located midway between Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Battle Creek, MI
http://www.gilmorecarmuseum.org/ ~ Read More
PR: 5
Located an hour southeast of San Francisco in Danville, California, the facility encompasses nearly 70,000 square feet with four exhibition galleries, an Automotive Reference Library & Museum Store, Special Events Area, Board Room and state-of-the-art catering kitchen
http://www.blackhawkmuseum.org/ ~ Read More
PR: 5
The Museum Collection is primarily focused on Microcars in the late 1940's- pre-1964 range with Engine sizes of 700cc or less (many are 250cc and 50cc) and 2 doors or less. The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum seeks to pay tribute to the people who built and loved these wonderful vehicles, some of which achieved lasting fame, others sinking into obscurity. Located in Madison, Georgia
http://www.microcarmuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 5
The Northwest Vintage Car & Motorcycle Museum is a group of people who are interested in vintage cars, trucks, and motorcycles. The Museum is an entirely volunteer, membership-owned museum open to people of all ages, with or without a vehicle. Located in Salem, OR
http://www.nwcarandcycle.org/ ~ Read More
PR: 4
Located in Elizabethtown, Kentucky NOTE: Web site has nice virtual tour of the museum.
http://www.swopemuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
The Wisconsin Automotive Museum is Wisconsin's largest auto museum, featuring a display of classic, vintage autos & automotive artifacts, such as “The Kissel”, which was manufactured in Hartford from 1906 to 1931. The most famous Kissel model is the “Speedster” which as affectionately known as the “Gold Bug”, and owned by such stars of the day as Fatty Arbuckle and Amelia Earhardt. Home of the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame. Located in Hartford, Wisconsin
http://www.wisconsinautomuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
Located at 4600 North 27th Street in Lincoln, Midwest Speedway was a landmark in Nebraska lore. This historic venue began racing on Independence Day 1963 and ended on the first Sunday night in September of 1987.
http://www.nebraskadirt.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 2
The Maine Vintage Race Car Association was formed for the purpose to preserve the history of motorsports and to honor the men and women who have been involved in motorsports in the State of Maine.
http://www.mainevintageracecars.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 1
showcases nearly 200 antique, vintage, and classic automobiles and aircraft ranging from an 1897 Panhard et Levassor (top image) to Bobby Rahal's 1982 March Indy Car (the first winner of the Cleveland 500). The collection documents the technological and stylistic development of the transportation industry, with a focus on early automobiles created in Cleveland. Between 1898 and 1931, more than 80 automotive models originated in the Cleveland area.
http://www.wrhs.org/index.php/crawford ~ Read More
PR: 5
The Occoneechee-Orange Speedway is one of only three Speedways on the National Historic Register along with the Bonneville Salt Flats and the Indianapolis Speedway. Proceeds from events will be used for Occoneechee-Orange Speedway restoration and preservation.
http://www.historicspeedwaygroup.org/ ~ Read More
PR: 4
The museum is dedicated to the preservation and education of the early days of stock car racing and the early days of dirt racing, as it pertains to an extraordinary, independent, Virginia Pioneer of Stock Car Racing, Curtis Turner.
http://www.curtisturnermuseum.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3
Located in Mooresville, North Carolina
http://www.ncarhof.com/ ~ Read More
PR: 3

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