Roadster Guide to America's Classic Car Museums & Attractions
Introducing the perfect tool for anyone who loves vintage and collector cars!Motoring from coast to coast, the Roadster Guide to America's Classic Car Museums & Attractions features over 250 auto-themed sights. Ranging from the Stanley Museum in Maine to the California Automobile Museum, the book helps car buffs plan exciting adventures, or discover a fun car museum close to home.Whether it's Model Ts, the "tail fin" era, muscle cars, elegant roadsters, early racecars, vintage trucks, and so much more, fans of classic cars will find all their favorites in one place in this comprehensive 340-page book packed with more than 60 photos. The destinations run the gamut from full-throttle car collections, like the Henry Ford Museum and the NASCAR Hall of Fame, to smaller treasures like the Franklin Automobile Museum in Arizona, the Studebaker National Museum in Indiana, and Ohio's National Packard Museum.This unique travel guide also includes intriguing automotive sights like: The Tucker Trail in Pennsylvania, where you can see five Tuckers in one day, Cadillac Ranch in Texas, Carhenge in Nebraska (it's a quirky re-creation of Stonehenge made out of vintage American sedans), and many, many more.The book is also laced with intriguing auto-related anecdotes, including how Henry Ford cleverly used wooden scraps left over from Model T production to create Kingsford Charcoal. Bring the Roadster Guide to America's Classic Car Museums & Attractions along on your next road trip to discover fascinating car museums and vintage car attractions across America.Click the cover of the book shown above to see a free preview of the first chapter and more. Michael Milne writes about classic car museums and road trips for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Hemmings Motor News, AAA, and other publications.