The Armacost Museum is a collection that is eclectic, with cars ranging in age from a 1910 International to a Ferrari Testarossa. The premiere mark in the collection is Studebaker. The Museum, while not open to the general public, is available to select fund-raising and charitable organizations.
Admission: Not open to public
Plan: 1 hr
Open: Only open for select special events and charitable organizations
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