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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Boneyard51, Jul 24, 2018.

  1. There's the National Packard Museum in Dayton, well worth a visit, plus you can hit the Air Force Museum too.

    Closer to home, there's a Pierce Arrow museum in Buffalo I've never been to; and the Glenn H Curtiss Aviation Museum in Hammondsport, which also includes Curtiss motorcycles and all sorts of other small things. In Norwich, NY is the Northeast Classic Car Museum, too.
     
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  2. Nethercutt Museum Sylmar California, big cars of all kinds
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  3. blue 49
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    from Iowa

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  4. flatheadgary
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    from boron,ca

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  5. Did anyone mention the Cord Auburn and Duesenburg museum in Indiana?
     
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  6. Riverside Casino in Laughlin,Nevada ,was free to view all the classic cars & old motorcycles but like all things I heard they were now charging admission.
     
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  7. A restored Flying A gas station in Gladstone Oregon

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  8. zzford
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    Only thing worth seeing in my neck of the woods is the neighbor when she's sun bathing. That and the Dew Drop Inn.
     
  9. Rambler man Dan
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    Here in WNY we have the Buffalo transportation museum, aka the pierce arrow museum. A real nice place all around and they built a full sized replica of a Frank lloyd Wright design filling station inside. Amazing architecture and design to go along with an ever rotating display of cars.
    Once a few years ago I was on business in NC and had some down time so I found the memory lane museum right near lake norman. Had to call to see around but the place was huge and had all sorts of cars. Especially race cars. Imagine that NC and race cars.
     
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