Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum is part of Ogden's Union Station.
The automobiles on display are examples of the Golden Age of motorcar history. Vehicles range from a 1901 single cylinder Oldsmobile to a 1930 16 cylinder Cadillac. Running boards, huge fenders, oversize matchlit headlights and rumble seats are reminders of an extravagant era.
" Auto racing history has a new home. The former Albert Jenkins Co. a huge bake goods distributor for all New England during the 50’s thru the early 70’s will now hold the Pronyne vast collection of historic race cars and memorabilia. The new location will hold the main office, gift shop, theme room, vehicle display area, meeting room, library, video room, consignment area, and a craft room."
The mission of the NWVCM Museum is to educate the general public about the heritage, history, and evolution of the automobile and motorcycle older than 25 years. The museum consists of a 1930s era Texaco station, which houses several cars, motorcycles, and memorabilia from that era.
"Most visitors to the Darlington Raceway Stock Car Museum aren't quite sure what to expect. Old cars, or modern ones? A history lesson, or a fresh look at a most contemporary and constantly evolving sport?
The answer: The museum offers all this, and a lot more.
"WAAAM is a living museum dedicated to the preservation and operation of antique aircraft and automobiles through education, displays and participating in events nationwide.
WAAAM opened its doors to the public for the first time September 7th, 2007, displaying antique aeroplanes and automobiles in a 50,000 sq foot facility.
"This is no ordinary museum. And these are no ordinary exhibits. Some have reached 340 mph, some have won Formula 1 championships, some have starred in James Bond™ movies and some, like the Dixie Ihle, have inspired decades of craftsmanship, creativity and dreams."
"In the Pacific Northwest Truck Museum, you will see some of the great working vehicles that developed the Pacific Northwest. These wonderfully restored antique trucks, parts and memorabilia also show the significant and unique innovations in the development of trucks brought about by the longer distances and rough terrain of this part of the country.
We have over 75 trucks by GMC, Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, and Peterbilt, long-gone Autocar, Moreland, Samson, White, and Yellow-Knight, and many other makes. "
"Experience Dayton’s rich heritage of creativity and invention at Carillon Historical Park! Enjoy our beautiful 65-acre campus with 25 special exhibit buildings and structures ready for you to explore. See the actual 1905 Wright Flyer III, Dayton-made cash registers, vintage automobiles, train cars & bicycles, a 1930s print shop and the largest carillon in Ohio.
"The Allen County Museum is located in Lima, Ohio. The museum contains exhibits on history, natural history, science, and art. Its collections are especially strong in Lima's history. The Allen County Museum also contains the world's largest collection of albino animals. Perhaps the museum's most unusual exhibit is over one hundred objects that the patients of Dr. Walter Yingling and Dr. Estey Yingling swallowed, but there are some old cars as well" - Ohio History Central
"The National Packard Museum's Mission is to preserve the Packard Legacy, to recognize Packard's influence on transportation and industrial history, and to educate current and future generations. We carry out our mission through the operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, and exhibits a collection of automobiles, artifacts, and documents and hosts a variety of educational programs and special events that further our Vision statement, "to ensure the Packard Legacy endures.""