The "Rest of the Museum"

Click on any photo to see an enlarged version.

lobby-36-final.jpg tribute.jpg LobbySign.JPG cars-web.jpg photo 1.jpg
Always go out of your way to make an outstanding first impression. We think we've done that with our entrance lobby! A Tribute Wall tells the story of who we are and how we got started. First view is of the Frank Corey Gallery. This is where most of our Fords, Mercurys and Lincolns are...except for 1936 Fords. They have their own showroom. 9,000 square feet of vehicles in the Corey Gallery.
photo 2.jpg photo 3.jpg IMG-1121.JPG speed.jpg miller ford.jpg
Everything from 1932 to 1953. (We even have an original Ford Model A Coupe for comparison!) An outstanding 1937 Lincoln Zephyr 3-Window Coupe. Speed Equipment is a big part of 1932-53 Ford History, and we have an eclectic collection of seldom seen speed equipment. The Indianapolis Museum loaned us this genuine 1935 Miller Indy Ford!
26model-t-web.jpg 1946 hillegass.jpg IMG_1001.JPG IMG_1004.JPG engines.jpg
A 1926 Model T "Hot Rod". 1946 Hillegass Midget Sprint car. Flathead engines from the era, including educational cut-away versions.
IMG_1015.JPG KRW-Engine-web.jpg filmstrip display.jpg ford-garage-1-2-web.jpg IMG_2415.JPG
An Industrial Engine display. Ford utilized filmstrips and phonograph records to train their sales and service staffs. We have many digitized so you can view them in the Museum. A 1940s "Ford Garage" stocked with tools and parts, including many original K.R. Wilson tools. It's sponsored by Dennis Carpenter Restoration Parts of North Carolina.
accessories,--dennis-#cd93.jpg ford-parts,-dennis-ca#cd94.jpg IMG_0983.JPG toytrucks.jpg v-8 club display.jpg
A Ford Toy Truck display like you've never seen before! A display to pay homage to the Early Ford V-8 Club of America and their many Regional Groups.