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Truckin’ The American Pickup

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Truckin’ The American Pickup

The American Pickup: 1905 - 1980 November 3, 2007 - April 30, 2008 Few things are more American than the pickup truck. Today it sits in suburban driveways, urban job sites and rural farmyards. It’s a true AUV, an “American utility vehicle.” The pick up truck was born in America. It traces its genealogy back Read More »

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Cadillac LaSalle Club

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Cadillac LaSalle Club Museum Cars on Display October 10, 2007 – August 1, 2008 Two rare cars from the collection of the Cadillac LaSalle Club Museum & Research Center, Inc. are now on display for a limited time at the AACA Museum. The 1931 Cadillac that is a CCCA Premier and CLC Senior Car. Its Read More »

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Dr. Mel Wolk Artwork

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Dr. Mel Wolk Artwork

Dr. Mel Wolk: Featured Artwork Exhibition at the AACA Museum October 3, 2007 - May 9, 2008 Hershey PA 10/3/2007. Dr. Mel Wolk is a retired pediatrician and a self-taught photographer. During his years of medicine, he was usually found with a camera in his hands in his free time. A course of study with the Read More »

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Beautiful Buicks

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Beautiful Buicks

If you enjoyed the Beautiful Buicks show then checkout our 110th Anniversary Edition. Beautiful Buicks - 110th Anniversary » Buicks have been a part of America’s automotive heritage since the Brass Era, when a motor car was more mechanical marvel than trusted transportation. At the AACA Museum, there is a 1910 Buick in the 1900s segment of Read More »

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America at Speed

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America at Speed

AMERICA AT SPEED: Vintage Competition Vehicles 1895-1980 June 16, 2007 through October 14, 2007 Gentlemen, Start Your Engines! “America at Speed: Vintage Competition Vehicles, 1895 – 1990” opens to the public on Saturday, June 16, 2007. America’s fascination with auto racing is as old as the car itself. At the beginning of the 20th century, Read More »

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Boss 492 – Ford Mustang

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Boss 492 – Ford Mustang

The Mustang Boss 429—Ford’s Ultimate Muscle Car During the 1960s, American manufacturers recognized that “speed sells.” To meet this need for speed, they created a new type of high performance car using parts using parts that were already in production. The formula for the American “muscle car” was simple. Take your smallest, lightest car body Read More »

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Top Brass

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Top Brass

Horseless Carriages 1890-1915 November 4, 2006 through May 31, 2007 Even though these timeless treasures have left us, we still have exciting new exhibits visiting us all the time! The AACA Museum is switching gears and turning back the clock with an exhibition of "horseless carriages" from the Brass Era. Following right on the heels Read More »

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American Muscle

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American Muscle

Factory Performance Cars 1964-1972 May 20th through October 8th 2006 American Muscle picked up right where our winter 2005 exhibition, Thunder Before the Storm: Birth of the American Muscle Car left off. Museum visitors saw many of the cars that made the muscle car era (generally considered 1964 to 1972) such a special time in America’s rich automotive Read More »

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Nicola Bulgari Collection

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Nicola Bulgari Collection

NICOLA BULGARI Jewels on Wheels November 2005 – April 2006 Even though the Bulgari Collection has left us, we still have exciting exhibits visiting us all the time! Nicola Bulgari is not the typical car collector. He cares little about capital appreciation, winning the most trophies or owning the most toys. He simply loves cars! He Read More »

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