Period Memorabilia: The museum displays an array of memorabilia throughout: Hanging on the walls, sitting on the floor, etc. Here are a few of the items I caught on camera.
Anonymous on Apr 13, 2014 said:
Excelant show thanks[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Aug 23, 2013 said:
The one you didn't get the placard of looks like a 1932 Marmon 2 Passenger Coupe. And the one you have labeled as the Marmon is actually a 1931 Packard 840 Deluxe 8 Roadster. And the one you have name that packard is a 1931 Cadillac 452A V-16 Sport Phaeton.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Aug 27, 2013 said:
No problem. Thank you for posting these pictures. Was there a few weeks ago and was having so much fun taking pictures,I didn't think about getting the placards. So I've been having to do a lot of searching for the info for my photos. This page made it a lot easier.[Reply to this comment]
WallysCarShowPics on Aug 28, 2013 said:
You are welcome. I started taking pictures of the placards after a few years of taking pictures at car shows and later being unable to identify the cars. I generally try to store each show's pics in a folder named as "show date" "show name/place". It helps me review the pics later.
I normally delete the placard pics after naming each photo from it but in the case of "Dick's Garage" I realized that they contained a lot of interesting info. In the future I'll be more careful to capture a better photo of the placards.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Apr 30, 2014 said:
Thanks for this good info. I was there last weekend to deliver a donation of 50 years of Motor Trend magazine. Great place! John Burgeson email@example.com)[Reply to this comment]