I spent a transfer year in Germany between September 2014-2015, and through them visited the most important car museums in Germany and spotted a few unicorns here and there.
Naturally, I was my own friend on the most of this trip as everyone I knew wasn’t that focused on cars.
On New Years’ Eve I was in Nashville, TN and stopped by the Lane Motor Museum, after reading about it on Jalopnik some time ago (“Here’s the best motor museum you’ve never heard of” or similar). $9 well spent, I would definitely reccomend it to any Jalops/Opponauts.
Located just outside of Philadelphia’s International Airport, Dr. Frederick Simeone has made his comprehensive collection of sports and racing cars available to the public, and boy are we glad he did.
A visual explainer:
My girlfriend found out that there was a "Fashion of Hollywood" display at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the last day of the exhibit was yesterday so we made our way over to catch it. It also turns out that the first weekend of every month features free admission if you are a Bank of America cardholder so yay!
So these pictures are in no particular order #becausekinja
The top floor was closed for a private function, but the ground floor and down stairs were both open. After the jump are photos of every car on the ground floor, and a majority of the vehicles on the lower level, along with blurbs for most of the vehicles (sorry about the glare on the blurbs). (WARNING: Pic Heavy. May…
My family and I flew up to Dayton for a couple of days to check out the Air Force Museum. When we arrived we signed up for the presidential hangar bus trip and I signed up as a standby for the restoration facility tour. They only get 44 people over there once a week, so this was a rare opportunity. Amazingly enough I…