The Museum is open daily. Monday through Saturday 9 am to 5 pm and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm.
Gallery Three is temporarily closed to the public. 

On Saturday, April 20th , Gallery Four will close at 3 pm for a private event. 

On Wednesday, April 24th, Gallery Four will close from 11 am to 2 pm for a private event.

On Wednesday, May 8th, the entire Museum will be closed for a private event.

National Automobile Museum Vehicle Inventory

thomas flyer car
1907 Thomas Flyer 35 Winner of the 1908 New York to Paris Race

Featured Cars:

  • 1907 Thomas Flyer 35 Winner of the 1908 New York to Paris Race
  • 1911 Franklin Averell Special, Speed Car World record setter for fuel economy
  • 1937 Cord 812 Supercharged, Beverly Sedan Speed record setter
  • 1954 Lincoln Capri, Custom Coupe Pan American Road Race winner
  • 1973 Battery Box Experimental Electric Streamliner World speed record setter
  • 1974 Garlits’Wynn’s Charger AA Fuel, Rear Engine Dragster AHRA and NHRA champion
  • 1975 Prudhomme’s Funny Car AA Fuel, Chevrolet Monza/J & E Fiberglass NHRA world champion
james dean's mercury series 9cm
1949 “James Dean” Mercury Series 9CM Six-Passenger Coupe

Some of the Featured Cars:

  • 1892 Philion Steam Road Carriage appeared in Excuse My Dust and The Magnificent Ambersons
  • 1912 Rambler 73-4CC Cross Country appeared in the movie Titanic
  • 1938 Phantom Corsair Experimental, Six-Passenger Coupe appeared in the movie Young in Heart
  • 1949 “James Dean” Mercury Series 9CM Six-Passenger Coupe from the movie Rebel Without a Cause
  • 1960 Flying Caduceus Experimental Streamliner appeared in the movie World’s Fastest Indian
  • 1922 Dodge Brothers “116” W.B., Custom Victoria Built for General MacArthur’s first wife
  • 935 Duesenberg SSJ, Roadster – 1971 Replica Originally owned by Sammy Davis, Jr.
frank sinatra's ghia
1961 “Frank Sinatra” Ghia L.6.4 Hardtop

Featured Cars:

  • 1941 “Lana Turner” Chrysler Newport Dual Cowl Phaeton
  • 1948 “Elliot Gould” Lincoln Continental 876H56 Cabriolet
  • 1953 “John Wayne” Chevrolet Corvette 2934 Convertible
  • 1961 “Frank Sinatra” Ghia L.6.4 Hardtop
  • 1962 “John F. Kennedy” Lincoln Continental 86 Convertible
  • 1965 “Smothers Brothers” Lotus-Ford 38 Indianapolis Race Car
  • 1973 “Elvis Presley” Cadillac Eldorado Custom Coupe
phillion steam carriage
1892 Philion (Steam) Road Carriage

Some of the Featured Cars:

  • 1908 Frayer-Miller B, Touring
  • 1934 Dymaxion 2, 4D Transport
  • 1925 Julian (Radial Engine), Sport Coupe/Fleetwood
  • 1948 Tucker 48, 4-Door Sedan
  • 1966 Studebaker Wagonaire Station Wagon
  • 1892 Philion (Steam) Road Carriage
  • 1938 Phantom Corsair Experimental

Full Vehicle Inventory

A

  • 1906 Adams-Farwell 6A (Rotary Engine), Convertible Runabout, Only one known to exist
  • 1937 Airomobile Experimental, Sedan, Only one built
  • 1952 Allstate A-230, Sedan
  • 1917 American LaFrance Type 12, Combination Chemical and Hose Car (Fire Truck)
  • 1933 Auburn 12-161A, Custom Speedster
  • 1933 Austin (American) Series 2-75, Roadster
  • 1928 Auto Red Bug Electric, Roadster
  • 1917 American LaFrance Type 12, Combination Chemical and Hose Car (Fire Truck)
  • 1933 Auburn 12-161A, Custom Speedster
  • 1933 Austin (American) Series 2-75, Roadster
  • 1928 Auto Red Bug Electric, Roadster

B

  • 1933 B.S.A. Nine, Three-Wheeler
  • 1912 Baker Electric V, Special Extension Coupe Formerly owned by Andy Griffith
  • 1973 Battery Box Experimental Electric Streamliner World speed record setter
  • 1909 Black 112, Motor Buggy
  • 1920 Briggs & Stratton D, Flyer Buckboard
  • 1915 Briscoe B-15, Clover Leaf Roadster
  • 1924 Brooks Steamer “Model 2”, Five Passenger Sedan
  • 1908 Brush Model B, Runabout
  • 1931 Bugatti Type 40A, Cabriolet/Graber
  • 1914 Buick B-25, Touring
  • 1954 Buick 100 Skylark, Sports Car

C

  • 1903 Cadillac A, Runabout First year of production
  • 1907 CadillacM, Side Entrance Tonneau
  • 1913 Cadillac
  • 1913, Roadster Jolsen
  • 1933 Cadillac Series 452C, All Weather Phaeton/Fleetwood Custom built for Al Jolson
  • 1938 Cadillac 38-60S, Five-Passenger Touring Sedan
  • 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham/Fleetwood
  • 1973 Cadillac Eldorado, Custom Coupe/Fisher Formerly owned by Elvis Presley
  • 1903 Cameron Runabout
  • 1902 Capital (Steam) Prototype, Chariot Only one known to exist
  • 1965 Centaur Portable Scooter
  • 1917 Chevrolet “D-5”, Touring Early V-8 engine
  • 1923 Chevrolet M (Copper Cooled), Utility Coupe/Fisher One of two known to exist
  • 1926 Chevrolet Superior Series V, DeLuxe Depot/Martin-Parry Corp.
  • 1928 Chevrolet National Series-AB Pickup
  • 1933 Chevrolet Master Series CA Phaeton
  • 1953 Chevrolet Corvette 2934 Convertible Originally owned by John Wayne
  • 1960 Chevrolet Corvair Deluxe, Club Coupe First year of production
  • 1969 Chevrolet Corvair 500 Sport Coupe Built last day of production
  • 1924 Chrysler B, Phaeton
  • 1934 Chrysler Airflow, Five-Passenger Coupe
  • 1941 “Lana Turner” Chrysler Newport Dual Cowl Phaeton
  • 1956 Chrysler 300B, Sports Coupe Former personal car of Bill Harrah
  • 1917 Cole 863, Tourcoupe/Springfield
  • 1956 Continental (Lincoln) Mark II, Hardtop Coupe Former personal car of Bill Harrah
  • 1936 Cord 810, Westchester Sedan
  • 1936 Cord Experimental – Supercharged Limousine/Le Baron Formerly owned by E.L. Cord
  • 1937 Cord 812 Supercharged, Beverly Sedan Speed record setter
  • 1941 Crosley CB41, Convertible Coupe
  • 1919 Cunningham V-3, Six-Passenger Touring

D

  • 1901 De Dion-Bouton Model A No. 2, New York Type Motorette
  • 1948 Delahaye Type 135 M, Convertible/Franay
  • 1981 DeLorean LK, Sport Coupe (Gold Plated) One of two built
  • 1936 DeSoto Custom Airstream, Taxicab
  • 1947 DeSoto S-11C, Suburban
  • 1914 Detroit Electric 46, Gentlemen’s Roadster
  • 1954 Dodge Coronet, 4-Door Sedan
  • 1915 Dodge Brothers “110” W.B., Touring
  • 1922 Dodge Brothers “116” W.B., Custom Victoria Built for General MacArthur’s first wife
  • 1925 Duesenberg A, Roadster 2 Passenger/ Millspaugh & Irish
  • 1935 Duesenberg SSJ, Roadster – 1971 Replica Originally owned by Sammy Davis, Jr.
  • 1903 Duryea Three-Wheeled Phaeton
  • 1934 Dymaxion 2, 4D Transport Only one known to exist
E
  • 1958 Edsel Citation, 4-Door Hardtop
  • 1929 Essex Challenger, Speedabout/Biddle & Smart
F
  • 1935 Faulkner
    Midget, Race Car
  • 1955 Ferrari 625A, Grand Prix
  • 1914 Fiat (American) 56, Seven Passenger Touring
  • 1961 Fiat 600 D Model “Y” Experimental, Berlinetta/Pininfarina
  • 1977 FKE 1 Formula K Experimental Enduro Road Racer
  • 1960 Flying Caduceus Experimental Streamliner
  • 1903 Ford A, Rear Entrance Tonneau
  • 1909 Ford T, Touring
  • 1911 Ford T, Runabout
  • 1915 Ford T, Town Car
  • 1921 Ford T, Kampkar/Lamsteed
  • 1926 Ford TT, Triple Combination Pumper
  • 1928 Ford A, Sport Coupe Formerly owned by Mary Pickford
  • 1929 Ford A, Cabriolet (Custom)/Briggs
  • 1929 Ford A, Mail Truck
  • 1929 Ford A, Closed Cab Pickup
  • 1931 Ford A 400, Convertible Sedan
  • 1931 Ford A, De Luxe For Dor Sedan
  • 1932 Ford B, De Luxe Roadster
  • 1939 Ford Custom, Convertible Coupe/Westergard
  • 1955 Ford 40A Thunderbird, Convertible Coupe
  • 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, Skyliner Retractable Hardtop
  • 1965 Ford Mustang, Fastback 2+2
  • 1903 FranklinLight Roadster
  • 1908 Franklin G, Brougham
  • 1910 Franklin D, Touring
  • 1911 Franklin Averell Special, Speed Car World record setter for fuel economy
  • 1917 Franklin Series 9-A, Sedan
  • 1925 Franklin Series 11-A, Sport Runabout
  • 1930 Franklin Series 145, Pursuit (Dual Cowl)/Walker
  • 1933 Franklin Series 17-B, Club Brougham
  • 1908 Frayer-Miller B, Touring Only passenger car known to exist
  • 1951 Frazer Manhattan, Convertible Sedan
  • 1918 Frontmobile (Front Wheel Drive), Touring Sedan Only one known to exist
G
  • 1974 Garlits’ Wynn’s Charger AA Fuel, Rear Engine Dragster
  • 1961 Ghia L.6.4, Hardtop Formerly owned by Frank Sinatra
H
  • 1946 Harley-Davidson 46FL Special Sport Solo, Motorcycle
  • 1937 Hispano-Suiza Type J 12, Berline/ Le Tourneur et Marchand
  • 1921 Holmes Series 4, Sedan/Lind
  • 1929 Hudson Greater Hudson, Sport Phaeton (Dual Cowl)/Biddle & Smart
  • 1936 Hudson 64 De Luxe Eight, Sedan
  • 1953 Hudson Super Jet, Sedan
  • 1912 Hupmobile 20, Runabout
I
  • 1914 Imp Z, Cycle Car
  • 1941 Indian 4, Motorcycle and Sidecar
  • 1910 International F, Roadster
  • 1912 International “M-W”, Panel Express
J
  • 1949 Jaguar XK120, Sport Roadster
  • 1977 Jerrari Custom 4WD, Wagoneer Former personal car of Bill Harrah
  • 1926 Jordan J, Playboy
  • 1925 Julian (Radial Engine), Sport Coupe/Fleetwood Only one built
K
  • 1947 Kaiser K-100 Pinconning Special, Sedan 2-Door/Darrin
  • 1954 Kaiser-Darrin 161, Sports Car
  • 1959 Kenworth TCF 521 1/2 Cab CBE (Cab Beside Engine)
  • 1904 Knox Tudor, Touring
  • 1913 K-R-I-T “KT”, Five Passenger Touring
  • 1955 Kurtis 500D Ansted Rotary Special, Indianapolis Roadster
L
  • 1931 LaSalle Series 345-A, 2-Door Coupe
  • 1897 Leon Bollee Voiturette
  • 1927 Lincoln L-152, 4-Door, 5-Passenger Sedan
  • 1927 Lincoln L-134B, Coaching Brougham/Judkins Built for New York Automobile Show
  • 1932 Lincoln KA-Murray, 4-Door Sedan
  • 1954 Lincoln Capri, Custom Coupe Pan American Road Race winner
  • 1941 Lincoln Continental 16H Series, Coupe
  • 1948 Lincoln Continental 876H56, Cabriolet Formerly owned by Elliot Gould
  • 1962 Lincoln Continental 86
  • 1941 Lincoln-Zephyr Zephyr V-12, Three-Passenger Coupe
  • 1912 Lippard-Stewart E, Express
  • 1899 Locomobile (Steam) Style 1, Stanhope
  • 1965 Lotus-Ford 38, Indianapolis Race Car Driven by Dan Gurney and Dick Smothers
M
  • 1923 Marmon 34, Four-Passenger Coupe
  • 1930 Marquette 34, Sport Roadster
  • 1911 Maxwell AB, Runabout First collector car acquired by Bill Harrah
  • 1923 Maxwell The Good Maxwell, Touring Used by Jack Benny in casino stage shows
  • 1925 McFarlan Twin Valve Six-154, Town Car
  • 1972 McLaren M20 Can-Am, Race Car
  • 1975 McLaren Drake Offy Norton, Indianapolis Race Car
  • 1936 Mercedes-Benz Type 500K, Special Roadster/Sindelfingen
  • 1939 Mercedes-Benz Type 230, Cabriolet “B”
  • 1956 Mercedes Benz Type 300 SL, Sports Coupe (Gullwing)
  • 1913 Mercer Series J, Type 35, Raceabout
  • 1939 Mercury 99A, Town Sedan
  • 1949 James Dean Mercury Series 9CM 2934 Convertible
  • 1962 Mercury Comet S-22, 2 Door Sedan
  • 1913 Metz 22, Roadster
  • 1949 M.G. Series “TC” Midget, Two Seater
  • 1917 Monroe M-3, Roadster
  • 1934 Morgan Super Sports (J.A.P. Motor), 2-Seater
O
  • 1902 Oldsmobile R, Runabout
  • 1910 Oldsmobile Limited, Touring Seven Passenger
  • 1927 Overland 96 Whippet, Coach
P
  • 1900 Packard B (Standard), Runabout Only one known to exist
  • 1920 Packard Twin Six “3-35”, Limousine
  • 1932 Packard Ninth Series 902 Eight Coupe Roadster
  • 1938 Packard 1607 Convertible Coupe
  • 1942 Packard Super-8 Custom One-Eighty, Convertible Victoria/Darrin
  • 1950 Packard 2300 Series, 4-Door Sedan
  • 1892 Panhard & Levassor Voiturette
  • 1913 Peugeot Bébé, 2-Seater Torpedo
  • 1938 Phantom Corsair Experimental, Six-Passenger Coupe/Bohman & Schwartz-Heinz
  • 1892 Philion (Steam) Road Carriage
  • 1913 Pierce-Arrow 66-A-1, Touring Seven Passenger
  • 1929 Plymouth Q, Roadster
  • 1939 Plymouth P8 De Luxe, Convertible Coupe
  • 1966 Plymouth RP-23 Belvedere Satellite, 2-Door Hardtop Former personal car of Bill Harrah
  • 1970 PlymouthRoad Runner Superbird, Two-Door Hardtop
  • 1926 Pontiac 6-27, Coach
  • 1911 Pope-Hartford W, 7-Passenger Touring
  • 1950 Porsche Type 356, Coupe
  • 1975 Prudhomme’s Funny CarAA Fuel, Chevrolet Monza/J & E Fiberglass
  • 1977 Porsche 935 Spirit of Nevada, Coupe
R
  • 1912 Rambler 73-4CC, Cross Country
  • 1904 Renault Paris-Vienna, Racing Voiturette
  • 1937 Reo 675L, 3/4 Ton Pickup
  • 1910 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Tourer/ Alfred & Adler
  • 1923 Rolls-Royce (Springfield) Silver Ghost, Pall Mall Phaeton/Rolls-Royce Custom
  • 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom, Cabriolet Deville
  • 1961 Roth Beatnik Bandit Custom Hot Rod
  • 1992 Roth “Conastoga Star”, Wagon
  • 1992 Roth “Fink Mobile”, Motorcycle
  • 1969 Roth “High Flyer”, Trike
  • 1993 Roth “Yankee Blitz”, Wheelbarrow
S
  • 1959 Scimitar EX, All Purpose Sedan/ Ruetter-Brooks Stevens
  • 1912 Selden 47-R, Roadster (Fire Chief’s Car)
  • 1921 Sheridan B41, Touring
  • 1913 Stanley (Steam) 810, Mountain Wagon
  • 1926 Stanley (Steam) 262, 5-Passenger Sedan/Babcock
  • 1977 Steamin’ Demon (Steam) Steam Powered World Record Car
  • 1910 Stearns 30-60, Limousine 1924 Studebaker EK Big-Six Sedan/Fisher
  • 1933 Studebaker Series 56 5-Passenger Sedan
  • 1953 Studebaker Champion Model 14G Starliner “Hard-Top” Convertible
  • 1913 Stutz Series B Bearcat
  • 1966 Studebaker Wagonaire Station Wagon
T
  • 1925 Talbot Type Z10 Two-Seater
  • 1907 Thomas Flyer 35, New York-to-Paris Racer Winner of 1908 New York to Paris Race
  • 2003 Toyota RAV4 EV, Compact 4-Door Sport Utility Vehicle
  • 1948 Tucker 48, 4-Door Sedan Car number 32 of 51 built
V
  • 1947 Volkswagen Type II, Limousine
  • 1964 Volkswagen 1200 Deluxe, Convertible
V
  • 1909 White (Steam) 0, Touring
  • 1910 White “G-A”, Touring
  • 1922 Wills St. Claire A-68, Roadster/Budd
  • 1924 Wills St. Claire B-68, Gray Goose Special/Fisher
  • 1953 Willys 685 Aero Ace, 2 Door Coupe
  • 1899 Winton Phaeton/Franz
Adopt a car from our Vehicle Inventory
By adoptioning a car you get additional benefits like:
  • Your name appears on your adopted car’s exhibit sign.
  • Unlimited, free admission for one year.
  • Quarterly luncheon with fellow Adopt-A-Car Members.
  • Invitation to annual special event.

..and much more

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