Chitty Chitty Bang Bang US Broadway Tour Prop Car

Display Extended Until February 21, 2016! Is it a car, a plane or maybe a boat?  One of the best loved cars of all time has got to be Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! We’re excited to be able to showcase Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – the US National Broadway Tour prop car through January 2016! Read More »

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It’s a Small World: Micro & Mini Cars

November 21 - April 22, 2016 “Awww…it’s so cute!” If you own a Corvette or a pickup truck, this is the last thing you want to hear someone say about your ride. But like puppies, kittens, bite-sized desserts and other diminutive obsessions, micro- and mini-cars often elicit this same response. The AACA Museum’s newest exhibit, Read More »

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Autos in Acrylics – Automotive Fine Art by Dan Reed

Autos in Acrylics Automotive Fine Are by Dan Reed will give visitors a treat this fall at the AACA Museum. Dan began drawing at a young age by painting scenes in and around his home town of Philadelphia and now transitioned into his love of vintage autos.

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Steampunk Exhibit Preview

AACA Museum is gearing up for a creative Steampunk exhibit coming next summer! To give you a visual sample of what Steampunk is all about, starting October 7th, a mini exhibit will be displayed in the lobby of the museum up until the actual event in June 2016.

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Back to the Future Tribute Car

The Future is Now at the AACA Museum On display from June 20 - October 30, 2015 Special note:  This car will be OFF EXHIBIT 9/11- 13 to participate in an offsite event The AACA Museum is turning back the hands of time this summer. Along with our A Family Affair:  Station Wagons exhibit, we Read More »

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1932 Reo Royale 8-35 Rumbleseat

1932 Reo Royale 8-35 Rumbleseat Coupe, Murray To be on display in the Museum June 5 - October 8, 2015 Reo built its first automobiles in 1904, followed by trucks in 1908. The Lansing, Michigan company was founded by Ransom Eli Olds, the father of the Oldsmobile, after he left his namesake company which became Read More »

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