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(St. Joseph) Patee House Museum

St. Joseph is known for the start of the Pony Express and the end of Jesse James, and Patee House played a role in both. Patee House served as the Pony Express headquarters from 1860 to 1861. During the Civil War, it was occupied by the Union Army and served as the Provost Marshal's office. Patee House Museum features two full floors of exhibits. Inside Patee House, you can climb aboard an 1860 train and ride the vintage "Wild Thing" carousel. You can see the Grand Ballroom where Pony Express riders danced with local girls, and where the Union Army held war trials during the Civil War. John Patee built his luxury hotel in 1858. It has been a hotel three times, a girl's college twice, and a shirt factory for 80 years. Since 1963, it has been a museum of American history. 

(St. Louis) Precision Restorations 

Our mission at Precision Restorations is to provide customers with the most trustworthy personal service and quality craftsmanship available in the marketplace today. We are committed to making customer communication and satisfaction a priority, as well as offering comprehensive restoration and customization services to all consumers. Precision Restorations is a nationally renowned company where employees are proud to be team members, clients and vendors prefer us, competitors respect our expertise and the community recognizes our resources and contributions. 

(Fulton) Auto World Museum 

Located in historic Fulton, the heart of Callaway County and Missouri and situated just seven miles south of the junction of Interstate 70 and U.S. Highway 54, at the highway HH exit, Auto World is an 18,000 square foot facility which houses the foundations collection. 

(Branson) Branson Auto Museum

One of Branson's newest attraction, the Branson Auto Museum is located on the world famous "Strip" in Branson, Missouri in the former "Engler Block" crafts mall. The Branson Auto Museum features over 100 cool cars and many of the cars are for sale. Our museum cars and inventory change regularly, so be sure to come back when you return to the area. Our Gift Shop features die-cast, apparel, books, magazines (with a reading area), pedal cars and many other automotive related unique items. We now have an additional sculpture and home furnishing museum / gallery with unbelievable items, called SCULPTURE WOLD, featuring fantastic bronze sculptures and fountains you can purchase to make your home our office stand out. 

(St Louis) St. Louis Car Museum 
At St. Louis Car Museum our passion is fine automobiles from around the world. Everything from our facility to our business philosophy serves as a testament to our commitment to providing exceptional motorcars to our clients, collectors, and enthusiasts. Hand selected from around the country, our cars are inspected by industry professionals for mechanical and structural soundness, critiqued for reconditioning, and are preserved within our 48,000 square foot carpeted and climate controlled showroom. At St. Louis Car Museum we understand that premium automobiles are neither common, nor inexpensive. We go to great lengths to prepare our vehicles and are committed to satisfied, long-term customers. 

(St. Louis) Museum of Transportation 

The Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Center is open during normal operating hours. It houses the automobile collection of the Museum of Transportation. Many rare and classic autos and trucks on display. Also other assorted aircraft, boats, streetcars and buses with large attention being paid to historic railroad exhibits.