Eavers Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum offers a wide array of classic automobiles from 50's Corvettes to Elvis Presley's last Cadillac. Each automotive example is in pristine condition and set to a background that will put you right back in the muscle car era. In addition to the various period collectibles, the Eavers Museum has put together a genuine "turn of the century" country store for full viewing. Upon entering Weaver's Mercantile you'll take a step back in time to an area country store with all genuine artifacts. Throughout the year, the Eavers will hold various "cruise-in's" and car shows, so you never know what you might run into. Events will be posted on this web site regularly! So check the events section to plan a trip during one of these events or just stop by and check us out any day of the week from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Come experience the only remaining examples of the N&W's legendary success at the Virginia Museum of Transportation: the N&W Class A 1218and the Class J 611. In our Rail Yard, explore historic steam and diesel engines, cabooses, and other rail equipment as modern trains rumble past. Inside the Museum, enjoy model trains, hands-on exhibits, and stroll among our antique automobiles, and truck and bus exhibits.
White Post Restorations is the leading antique classic car restorer in the country. Now in it's fourth generation of family ownership, White Post Restorations was founded in 1940 as a two-man repair shop for farm machinery and local cars. White Post has grown from it's humble beginnings in 1940 to a finely tuned operation, with in-door space for over 60 vehicles.
Ronnie’s Garage is a full Restoration Shop with over 25 years experience. We specialize in all types of Classic, Muscle and Street Rods. Cars are covered for protection while waiting on parts. We have Rotisserie, Plasma Cutter, Welders and Knowledge to make your dream a Reality.
The Roaring Twenties Antique Car Museum is off the beaten path but well worth a trip for the car enthusiast. Examples of CARTER, STAR, STEPHEN, CLEVELAND, HUPMOBILE, PAIGE, NASH, ESSEX and the big iron - PACKARD and CADILLAC are among the unique cars displayed. Most of the collection is comprised of cars from the 1920s and 1930s. The oldest being a 1904 Carter Electric Motorette and the most recent, a 1948 Playboy Model A-48. The exhibit presents the preservation of many once-everyday items whose purpose and meanings were almost forgotten as the race towards progress rendered them obsolete - things many people wouldn't have thought to save.