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Some really nice old cars and other including busses, trucks, domestic memorabilia etc. very friendly proprietors, happy to talk about the displays. My favourite was the straight 8 yellow Stutz "limousine"
Awesome display of vintage cars, tractors, music, bottles, tin containers you name it, its probably in here somewhere. Make sure you stop and see this magnificiant display of items from days gone by. Thanks for sharing your passion and collection with us
What a truely amazing place. $10 entry well worth it, strolling amongst lovingly restored cars & bikes with other memorabilia. We got chatting with Glen & who gave us an insight into the history of the vehicles
Had an amazing time looking thru all the beautiful history that is on display here.
Tammy and I loved the fire and even got the chance to sit in it.
A beautiful man with an amazing heart for share his love and knowledge of all...More
Whilst we have an interest in old vehicles most people of 50 plus would have grown up with the display - not only vehicles but an wide range of items from the mid to late 1900's and some from older years. The owner came in...More
Come in as stranger's and leave as friends 😊This is the owners motto and it certainly was what we experienced. An amazing private collection of vintage cars trucks and motorbikes from 1915 through to 1970. Once you have finished looking at the vechicles you then...More
Ignore the reviews complaining that it wasn't open. Some people dont read the notice - if unattended, ring ******.
We did, and the owner was there in 5 minutes and we had as long as we wanted there. Its a large collection and if you...More
The motor museum was closed and we were disappointed. We went on to the Ansett museum and the gentleman there told us he thinks the man who owns it is not well at the moment. I would suggest ringing first.