We're excited to welcome two significant and historic automobiles to our main level gallery that we've been waiting a long time to showcase. This has been in the works since early 2014 and we're happy to announce that they are in place and ready for visitors! The 1924 Ford Model T has the distinction of Read More »Read More
1948 Tucker Replica & The World's Fastest Motorcycle on view at the AACA Museum October 23, 2016 - April 1, 2017 Great news! This will continue to be on display through 4/22/17 There's no question that some of our most favorite vehicles for guests to enjoy are those that have some celebrity connection. We Read More »Read More
Photo credit: Disney Wikia photo credit: Mark Usciak We're excited to showcase a distinctive vehicle with ties to the 1964-65 World’s Fair – a bit of Americana from days gone by. A 1964 Thunderbird Convertible used in the 1964-65 World’s Fair “Magic Sky” attraction will be on view through April 15, 2017 at the Read More »Read More
On view now - January 6, 2017 Photo Courtesy of Rob Ida Concepts This 1940 Mercury was named "Best in Show" at SEMA, and it was named the "The World's Most Beautiful Custom". It was featured at Amelia Island Concourse D'Elegance, "The Crown Jewel" at The Race of Gentlemen, and has just returned from Read More »Read More
June 10 – November 6, 2016. A creative exhibit geared for summer fun! A Steampunk display with reflection on recycled gears and parts commonly found in the automotive industry re-purposed into both an artistic and functional form.
What is Steampunk? Steampunk: refers to a subgenre of science fiction and sometimes fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.Read More
May 21 – October 15, 2016. Sport Utility Vehicles today are often more Luxury than Sport or Utility. Plush heated leather seats, automatic four-wheel-drive and power everything are the norm and often outsell the bread-and-butter sedans offered. Most never go off the pavement.
“It’s as faithful as a dog, as strong as a mule and agile as a goat.” – War correspondent Ernie Pyle describing the Jeep.Read More