Back in 1975, a small group of racing enthusiasts known as the Williams Grove Old Timers, gathered near Harrisburg, Pa. They shared a common interest in the early days of American motor racing and a desire to preserve the history of that bygone era. To serve this purpose, they immediately planned the construction of a public museum of racing history to be known as the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing.
"Our museum houses one of the most extensive collections of racing memorabilia in the United States and has on display some of the most historic race cars of racing's "Golden Era"."
Nicola Bulgari's sprawling complex incorporates several buildings housing his vast collection and a restoration workshop. It is also the home of the Historic Vehicle Assocation.
For his Italian collection check Nicola Bulgari's car collection and the garage in Rome
The William E. Swigart, Jr. collection, believed to be the oldest in the United States, represents over a century of automotive history. Recognizing that old cars were often dismantled so that their parts could be used to create or repair some other machine, W. Emmert Swigart began to collect and display old cars as an extension of his insurance business in the early 1920s. After his death in 1949 his son, William E. Swigart, Jr., expanded the collection and constructed the museum facility to share his passion with the public.
The purpose of the Museum of Bus Transportation organization is to provide museum-quality displays of the bus industry for the public to showcase the industry's growth and development in the United States and to celebrate the role that the bus industry continues to play in the mobility and progress of the American public
The Museum of Bus Transportation is a partner of the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum and leases space in the new museum facility in Hershey, PA.
The Museum collection currently numbers over 150 vehicles, all of which have been donated. Exhibited vehicles are rotated regularly. At any given time, you can see 85-100 of these classic cars and trucks on display. Collection vehicles span almost a century of American motoring from the 1895 Chicago Motor Benton Harbor to a 1977 Chrysler Cordoba with “fine Corinthian leather” seats.
The Rolls-Royce Foundation's Research Library and Educational Museum is located adjacent to the Rolls-Royce Owners' Club Headquarters on Hempt Road in Mechanicsburg, PA.
The Educational Museum preserves Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles and engines restored to or preserved in authentic original condition, in addition to numerous displays of engines and car parts.
"Called "One of America's most interesting, most informative vehicle museums," the Museum of Historic Vehicles exhibits more than 75 rare and unusual vehicles. One very special aspect about the collections is that while vehicles come from all time periods, they come from only one region -- Southeastern Pennsylvania." - from Are We There Yet?
The museum and its collections are the legacy of Helen Clay Frick, daughter of Henry Clay Frick, one of America’s greatest industrialists and art collectors.
In 1997, the Frick’s carriage house, in which the family’s personal collection of cars and carriages were kept, was expanded to create the Car and Carriage Museum.
The museum displays many antique and classic cars owned by Scoot and Jane Grice’s and other area residents. Hundreds of trophy game animals and fish harvested by many hunters around the world adorn the floor and walls of the museum.
This private car collection is always changing, but has many great examples of Hudson, Essex and Terraplane automobiles on hand at all times.
In addition to vehicles, the collection houses memorabilia including advertisements, showroom banners, signage and dealer promotional items. A photograph of one of Hudson Motor Company's founders, Roy Chapin, can also be seen.