Fodor's Expert Review Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum

Downtown and Las Olas Museum/Gallery

To preseve the history of the Packard, a long-vanished luxury American car company, Arthur O. Stone and his wife, Shirley, set up a foundation and a showroom in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The collection includes about two dozen of the buggy-style Packards (all in pristine and working condition) made in the Midwest from 1909 to 1958. The collection includes everything from grease caps, spark plugs, and gearshift knobs to Texaco Oil signage, plus an enlarged automotive library. There's also a gallery saluting Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his family.

Museum/Gallery Historical Family

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1527 S.W. 1st Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida  33315, USA

954-779–7300

www.antiquecarmuseum.net

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Rate Includes: $10 minimum donation, Closed Sun.

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