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Antique and Vintage tow trucks - muscle and nostalgia - love the old gas pumps! Opens at 9 in summer months so can be your first activity of the the day. Never thought about how tow truck drivers save lives, often in gruesome weather conditions,...More
My career was in the transportation engineering business so I was naturally curious about what the International Towing Museum (ITRHFM) was all about. Just like everyday cars and trucks are designed, tested and brought to market, it’s the same with tow trucks, only the engineering...More
We first visited the ITR Museum in 2012, it kept coming up in travel guides so we decided to check it out. Our son fell in love with it and has asked to go back ever since. He loved it as much in 2018 as...More
I never knew such a place existed. My husband owned tow trucks as part of his automotive business and we had a pleasant time seeing older tow trucks (1920s onward) used for cars and trucks. Worth the visit.
This was a lot of fun getting to view a great variety of towing and rescue vehicles that span ages, shapes and sizes. My son who loves anything with wheels thought that it was the coolest thing! It's a fairly easy/quick stop but a must...More
We have a friend who told us about it and in her honor we visited. It is better than one would think - the tow trucks are beautifully restored and kept in great condition. Lots of history is provided with most of them. Good afternoon...More
There are trucks from very early (1800's) through the present. Not sure of the number. If you're like me it would take 1 to 11/2 hours to walk through and look. If you are an antique auto buff or a tow and recovery fan... More
There are trucks from very early (1800's) through the present. Not sure of the number. If you're like me it would take 1 to 11/2 hours to walk through and look. If you are an antique auto buff or a tow and recovery fan you could take all afternoon. Not sure of the exact amount of vehicles but even I found it very interesting the techniques they had to use and the resourceful tools they came with during the early days of vehicles. We were a group of 8 adults ranging from 45-80 in age, both men and women. We all found it interesting and well worth the admission (AAA members get a discount).