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Two-Wheeled Treasures from the Dennis Carpenter Collection

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Two-Wheeled Treasures from the Dennis Carpenter Collection

Even though these motorcycles have left us, we still have exciting new exhibits joining us all the time! This diverse collection of twenty-eight Motorcycles, Cushman and Motor Bikes primarily spans the 1930’s through the early 1970’s. Favorite brands include Triumph, Indian, BSA, Honda, BMW and some more rare makers such as Ariel, Mustang, Marmon and Read More »

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Indy Pace Cars

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Indy Pace Cars

Leading the Pack: 100 Years of Indy 500 Pace Cars May 6, 2011 – October 9, 2011 This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 Race. The Museum will commemorate the event with a special exhibition of Indianapolis 500 Pace Car replicas supplemented by some actual race pace cars and an assortment of Read More »

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Shelby: A Retrospective

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Shelby: A Retrospective

February 11, 2011 – April 24, 2011 EXHIBIT NOTES: The 1964 King Cobra Cooper Monaco is no longer available for view as part of this exhibit. Just added: 2000 Shelby Series 1 - one of only 249 vehicles produced for sale! Carroll Shelby is an icon of the automotive world. For over 50 years his name Read More »

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1922 Dixie Flyer

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1922 Dixie Flyer

AACA Museum Hosts Rare 1922 Dixie Flyer Firefly Speedster Hershey, PA (December 27, 2010) Bill Rothermel Photo When the automobile was in its infancy nearly every city and large town in America boasted at least one enterprise engaged in the manufacture of cars. Most of these companies and their vehicles are lost to history. The Read More »

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Girls Baseball Buses

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Girls Baseball Buses

All American Girls Professional Baseball League and their Buses Exhibit extended through October 31, 2010   Saturday October 23rd, 2010 11AM–2PM — Lois "Tommie" Barker from the Grand Rapids Chicks. August 29th, 2010 12:30–4PM — Lemoyne, PA native, Helen Waddell, who played ball for the Rockford Peaches made a special appearance at the Museum to speak with Read More »

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Rare Plaidside Cars

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Rare Plaidside Cars

Plaidside Willys-Knights from the private collection of Al Giddings Limited Time: October 4-7, 2010 Collector Mr. Al Giddings has graciously agreed to display two extraordinary vehicles from his private collection here at the AACA Museum from October 4-7th. During the past three decades, Al Giddings has earned a reputation as one of the most creative and Read More »

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Wood Bodied Cars

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Wood Bodied Cars

Ash & Maple Marvels:Wood Bodied Cars 1910 – 1953 September 24, 2010 – January 31, 2011 Even though the Woodies left us, we still have new exhibits visiting us all the time! Join us on Facebook for a sneak peak at the Woodies! The “woodie wagon” has long been an iconic part of American automotive culture. Read More »

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Muscle Car Mania!

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Muscle Car Mania!

April 23, 2010 – September 6, 2010 Event Sponsor Our number one visitor favorite exhibition is muscle cars. This has been proven time and again. In direct response to our guest’s requests, we are pleased to announce that our changing exhibition gallery will be filled with a wide variety of the factory performance cars that Read More »

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1911 Oldsmobile Limited

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1911 Oldsmobile Limited

7-passenger Touring On dislpay through January 31, 2010 Original and unrestored, this car is one of 159 seven-passenger Touring Limiteds built for 1911 and is believed to be the only completely unrestored and original example known to exist. There have been four owners since the car was new with the most recent owner, Mr. Jack Read More »

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Herbie the Love Bug

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Herbie the Love Bug

Herbie the Love Bug Makes a Pit Stop in Hershey Hershey, PA (December 9, 2010) Herbie more commonly known as The Love Bug, one of the most recognizable and lovable vehicles in American motion picture history, currently has a winter home at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum at Hershey Pennsylvania. Herbie and Read More »

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