Old Spokes Car Museum
Old Spokes Car Museum is located in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, occupying two original business buildings located on a residential private property. The owners and hired help live on and maintain the property and car collection.
Just off of Old Highway Route 22 building one, nicknamed “The Ford Building” was a well-known OJ Fritz Ford Dealership decades prior. When purchased it was in disrepair and needed a lot of love of hard work put into it to get it back to everyday working condition. It has since been restored for use in repairing and displaying part of the overall Hudson collection.
The second building known as “The Maxwell Building” started as a Maxwell dealership. It needed extensive structural and cosmetic restoration prewar before it became the Old Spokes Home. This building houses the Old Spokes’ Hudson collection and “Bob’s Auto Orphanage” office for all official car and auto sales.
10399 Old U.S. 22
Kutztown, PA 19530
Open: Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 3pm
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