Antique Motorcycles 1884 – 1973

Antique Motorcycle Club of America Gallery The Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA) is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum. To celebrate this alliance, we are proud to reveal the sneak preview opening of Motorcycles 1884 - 1973, opening Sunday, June 8, 2008. The antique motorcycle Read More »

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Stand up Drivers

Stand up Drivers: Vintage Milk Trucks from the Jay Crist and Friends Collection May 23 – September 8, 2008 A unique collection of seven vehicles all completely different in design. This exhibit explored a chronology of delivery vehicles starting with a horse pulled milk wagon and giving viewers an idea of how milk deliveries were Read More »

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FINS

FINS: The Rise and Fall of the Tail Fin in American Automotive Design May 10 – October 12, 2008 Bobby socks, leather jackets, poodle skirts—and fins? That’s right. During the 50’s and 60’s, being in style meant driving a car that looked like a rocket ship! Return to those days with the Antique auto Museum Read More »

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1970 Chevelle LS-6

The LS6 Chevelle represents a part of the ‘muscle car find’ in Wisconsin in 2006. This vehicle was found by following up on a long-rumored collection of muscle cars and Corvettes, as well as literally tons of parts, stored in semi trailers by a quiet man in his hometown. 1970 Chevelle ExhibitOne-by-one the trailers, which Read More »

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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

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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