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Cars of Our Stars

Vintage Vehicles from the Museum’s Volunteers March 23 - May 10, 2009 Visitors come to the AACA Museum from all over to see a wonderful collection of antique vehicles and ever-changing special exhibitions. That love of all things automotive is also the driving force that brings our many volunteers through the front door each and Read More »

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Classic Fine Art Photography Exhibit

Now Open - March 15, 2009 A trio of artists from the New Jersey area are featuring original fine art photographs in the Upper Level Rotunda of the Museum. The featured works are by Sue Swick, Nancy Ori and Mark Kaminsky who each bring a different background and perspective to their work. Photographs are available Read More »

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The Only Known Surviving 1929 Stearns Knight

This magnificent Stearns Knight Deluxe-H-8-90 Cab-Roadster was highly engineered, expansive and one of the fastest production cars in the U.S. in the late 1920s. Reaching speeds of 110 MPH and weighing in at over 5000 lbs placed it in a class of its own! Powered by a huge 8 cylinder, 1260 lb sleeve valve engine, Read More »

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Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Saloon Limousine

1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Saloon Limousine, Freestone & Webb Gift of Dr. Robert Brod to the Rolls-Royce Foundation In classic Rolls-Royce tradition, the Silver Wraith was at the same time both old and new. First introduced in 1947, it was an evolution of the pre-war Wraith offering a new chassis while fitted with a 4,257cc Read More »

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Rolls Royce Silver Ghost

1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I 4-Door Saloon High-wasted and very long, the Silver Cloud was the zenith of prestige and luxury, carrying on the Rolls-Royce name from 1955-1965. Even in 1955 when it was new, this car was old at the same time. The elegant skin covered a 4.9 litre in-line six cylinder engine from Read More »

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