Museums in United States
Ross Myers, an avid car collector and vintage racer put together this museum, which displays over 70 vehicles is located in a restored, three-story, early 20th century brick manufacturing building with an attached one-story wing built approximately 50 years ago.
The museum takes its name from three Myers family dogs, all of whom enjoyed going for rides in old cars, especially old open cars.
A popular attraction at Grovewood Village is the Antique Car Museum, established in 1966 by Harry Blomberg - Asheville’s Cadillac-Pontiac dealer for over half a century and founder of modern day Harry’s on the Hill. The museum is home to several antique and vintage automobiles that Harry and his dealership had come to own over time, including a rare 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham (only 400 made) and Asheville’s own 1922 American LaFrance fire truck. All vehicles are in running condition.Photo is courtesy of Bruno Costers