The automobile photography of Jay Texter
Date: May 5 – July 13
Jay currently resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania and grew up in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Jay has worked as a photographer since the mid 80′s. Jay’s early influences into car culture were the New Hope car show and Vargo Dragway. The photography started with his first trip to Watkins Glen in 1971 and took off from there to become a profession. Car photography is just one aspect of what Jay does; he also enjoys doing still life and people as well.Read More »
A Curious Collection of Asian & Pacific Vehicles
May 16, 2014 – Sept 2014
In these modern times, vehicles originating from far-away countries such as Japan and South Korea have become household brands such as Kia, Hyundai, Toyota or Honda with millions of loyal customers and followers. Other vehicles manufactured in Russia, India and beyond are still relatively unknown in this country and remain curiosities. The AACA Museum will celebrate and showcase the early roots and later creations of the Asian and Russian motoring industry and their impact within the United States. From the Pre-War years to the Kei class microcars of the 1960s, to the trucks and sports cars to appear later, these unique and seldom-seen vehicles are examples of an important historical part of the auto industry.Read More »
Opening October 2014!
The AACA Museum is embarking 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 Tucker 48 automobiles, engines, mechanicals and automobilia from Tucker historian and collector David Cammack. This permanent, interactive and educational exhibit will involve vistors in the compelling story of the development of these historic vehicles and dynamically display their unique and advanced features.Read More »