A Family Affair: Station Wagons

May 23 – October 12, 2015 We’re looking to borrow some great station wagons to display for this exhibit.     Do you have one of the vehicles listed below?   If so, give us a call if you would be interested in having it on display!     Family Affair: Station Wagons Vehicle wish list •    Volvo P1800ES/ PV544 or other •    Citroen DS •    Chevrolet Vega •    Ford Pinto •    AMC Pacer/Hornet/etc. •    Ford County Squire •    Chrysler Town & Country •   ...

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Lotus: The Art of Lightness

January 24 – April 26, 2015 Lotus and the genius of Colin Chapman have been at the forefront of racing technology and automotive design since 1948.  Colin Chapman’s philosophy of light weight and efficiency of design resulted in  7 Formula 1 World Championships as well as wins at Le Mans, and Indianapolis , saloon car racing and the World Rally Championship.  Chapman’s mantras of simplification, light weight and the least amount of parts effectively deployed...

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Tucker Automobiles: The Cammack Collection

GRAND OPENING October 8, 2014 as part of our Night at The Museum Event! Tickets are $125 per person Time:  6-10 PM Tickets “A man who has once gotten automobiles into his blood can never give them up. . .” Preston Tucker American History Illustrated The AACA Museum has embarked on a most meaningful phase of its development – the renovation of the existing 5,200 square foot Cammack Gallery to create an unparalleled exhibit: the world’s largest and best-known collection of...

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100 Years of Dodge

September 26 – October 12, 2014 It is difficult to imagine, but by the time John and Horace Dodge introduced their own car to the public in 1914, they were already among the largest and most experienced automakers in the world. The two brothers were inseparable and started at an early age working and learning skills in their father’s machine shop, and moved on to become expert machinists and steam boiler engineers. By 1897 they had designed and created a much-needed sealed...

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