The Auto World Museum in Fulton, Missouri displays some of the most memorable automobiles known. A 18,000 square foot facility, just off Highway 54, houses not only vintage cars but some of the more modern classic cars as well. It not only displays the vehicles, it shows them in historical context. During a visit, you will experience a complete journey through the past 100 years or so. All of the automobiles are placed in visual context of the time period in which they existed.
Below you see a list of cars in their collection. Not all of them are on display at one time, so if you want to make sure that a certain car is on display, call or contact them through their web site.
- 1896 Ford Quadracycle
- 1902 Oldsmobile R Runabout
- 1903 Humberette
- 1907 REO Touring
- 1909 Black Auto Buggy
- 1909 Lambert Model A1
- 1910 Kelsey Motorette
- 1911 International Harvester Chain Drive Truck
- 1914 Woods Mobilette
- 1915 Studebaker Touring
- 1917 Oldsmobile Touring
- 1917 Scripps Booth Roadster
- 1919 Briscoe
- 1919 Chevrolet Roadster
- 1919 Dodge Brothers Roadster
- 1920 Chalmers Hardtop
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Getting to the Museum
Address: 200 Peacock Drive, 65251, Fulton, Missouri (MO), USA, North America
Coordinates: 38.884448, -91.94925
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