The Motor Transport Museum was opened to the public on September 22, 1986. The primary objective of the Motor Transport Museum is to educate the public by creating positive awareness and appreciation for old trucks and the development of the motor transport industry.
Snook’s Dream Cars
Travel in the Past Lane to Snook’s Dream Cars Automobile Museum. Visitors may view cars and “automobilia” from the 30s through the 60s all housed in a 1940s-style Texaco service station.
The car collection, which features models from the 1930s to the 1960s, includes coupes, convertibles, sedans, roadsters, and race cars, made by Cadillac, Ford, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Packard, Kaiser, Willys, Jaguar, Triumph, MG, and Alfa Romeo. The facility also houses a complete four-bay shop for maintaining collector cars, a warehouse for collector car storage, and an area for banquets or special events! To view pictures of the museum, click on Tour.
The Snooks’ love for cars began when they restored a 1929 Model A Ford in 1963 that Jeff then drove when he turned 16; Jeff and his father Bill have been collecting cars and automotive memorabilia ever since. Their memorabilia collection includes model cars, toy cars, die-cast banks, signs, advertising items, oil cans, period auto accessories, coin-operated machines and games, pedal cars, a kiddie ride, and much more.
Snook’s Dream Cars Automobile Museum Admission:
Snook’s Dream Cars Automobile Museum Hours:
Monday – Friday 8 am to 12 pm 1 pm to 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday by appointment or by chance
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