Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey
Visit the Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey and enjoy its current display, “Sun’s Up, Roofs Down”, with a collection of convertibles, from 1915 thru 2009, showcasing a 1915 Model T, 1937 Cord, 1959 Corvette, 1965 Malibu, and 4 more, including the ever-popular 1965 Mustang
1800 Bay Ave
Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
Admission: Free (donations accepted)
Open: Friday – Sunday 12 – 4 pm
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