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While traveling, there are many attractions that are both fun and informative to see.  May we suggest some of the following possibilities for your consideration. 

               ACD Museum, Auburn, In
            AACA Museum, Hershey, PA.
(Auburn, In
National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States

Welcome to the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States located in Auburn, Indiana. NATMUS is a non-profit museum with emphasis on post World War II cars and trucks but with vehicles on display from 1908 “high wheelers” to current production pick ups. Also you will find inside the doors of NATMUS a Model Car / Truck & Toy Museum (NATMATMUS). 

(Hershey, Pa) Antique Auto Museum 

What was your first car? Do you have a dream car? You may find them at the AACA Museum. The Museum collection currently numbers over 150 vehicles, all of which have been donated. Exhibited vehicles are rotated regularly. At any given time, you can see 85-100 of these classic cars and trucks on display. Collection vehicles span almost a century of American motoring from the 1895 Chicago Motor Benton Harbor to a 1977 Chrysler Cordoba with “fine Corinthian leather” seats. You’ll also see trucks and special vehicles like a 1924 REO Funeral Hearse and a 1935 Autocar Atlantic Tank Truck, as well as rare vehicles like our four magnificent Stearns-Knights and a pair of 1917 Pierce Arrows that were “retired” to the museum after decades of use. 

(Hartford, Wi) Wisconsin Automotive Museum

In addition to Nash, the Kissell shares much of the display area by the entrance, but there are several hundred cars, truck, and even a train, on display here. 262-673-7999 

Wisconsin Automotive Museum 

(Lansing, Mi)

A black 1950 Oldsmobile 88 convertible coupe and a cream 1950 Oldsmobile Holiday coupe are on display at the R. E. Olds Transportation Museum Wednesday, February 11, 2015. (more)