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Over the last two years automuseums.info saw little development. We had an average of 3,000 visitors a month. It is not that bad, but this should be much higher.

Back in 2012, I was enthusiastic. I put together a nice development plan, with plenty of exciting new features. As this site is a labour of love, I was not able to allocate a lot of money to make this dream come true. I had to change developer team four times! The one before the last one did his best, but the end result was terrible. And the last one patched things up, but it was still not working normally.
I became...

NORWICH — June 19, 2013: The Northeast Classic Car Museum’s newest exhibit, “Wagons & Woodies: From Depot Hack to Station Wagon,” is now on display.

The exhibit features nearly 20 classic vehicles that showcase the evolution of the station wagon from the early days of travel through the iconic styles of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. With vehicles from a 1924 Buck Depot Hack to a 1972 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, this exhibit will run through April 2014.

The museum is also showing the original, unreleased documentary film, “Wagonmasters,” produced by Wake Forest University graduate...

SACRAMENTO – May 24, 2013: The California Automobile Museum gets in the Gatsby mood with a new exhibit of "Golden Age" vehicles from the 1920s and Art Deco era.

Over 20 lavish cars, including Stutz, Hispano-Suiza, Duesenburg and Auburn models, will be unveiled this Saturday at the Grand Opening where you can meet the owners and partake in a wine tasting (for folks 21 and older).

And don't forget the Vettes for Vets car show this Sunday behind the museum. The public can ogle the Corvettes for free and veterans get free admission to the museum.

What: Elegance in Motion:...

BOYERTOWN, UNITED STATES - May 2, 2013: On April 25, 2013, the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles opened its newest exhibit, On Merit Alone: The Story of Acme. Using two late 19th century bicycles and two brass era automobiles, the exhibit traces the history of the Acme Manufacturing Company, builder of bicycles, to the Acme Motor Car Company and later the S.G.V. Company, both of which built fine automobiles. The company’s factories were located at North Eighth and Elm Streets in Reading, Pennsylvania. Typical of the era, Acme tried to modernize after building bicycles to the...

SANDWICH, UNITED STATES – April 19, 2013: Heritage Museums & Gardens opens for the season with its 2013 Special Exhibit “Driving Our Dreams: Imagination in Motion.” The exhibit, which is sponsored in part by Arbella Insurance Foundation, David and Melissa McGraw and Bonhams International Auctioneers, will pay homage to the great car concepts and designers who pushed the boundaries of automobile design and technology. It features sixteen of the most exceptional and historically-significant concept cars from across the nation. This is the first time this collection of unique cars,...

MUNICH – Marc 20, 2013: The first ever Rolls-Royce Motor Cars exhibition at the BMW Museum in Munich has officially opened. The unique exhibition, entitled ‘Strive for Perfection’, celebrates the tenth year of the renaissance of the Rolls Royce marque under BMW Group ownership. The exhibition also commemorates yet another key milestone in the history of the Rolls-Royce brand – the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sir Henry Royce.

The displays tell the story of the world’s leading super-luxury goods manufacturer in chronological detail; from the meeting of the company’s founding...

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