"Discover the world's most significant collection of Canadian cars"
Discover the Canadian automotive industry and companies that once produced cars in Canada. Learn about the shift in Canadian automotive manufacturing from the British Empire to an American trade partner.
They have the largest Canadian collection of Rolls-Royces.
Some of the better cars on display:
- 1903 Redpath Messenger
- 1908 Tudhope-McIntyre
- 1909 Kennedy
- 1910 McKay Roadster
- 1912 McLaughlin-Buick Touring
- 1925 Brooks Steamer
- 1926 Willys Whippet
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Available in the following languages:
English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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Getting to the Museum
Address: 99 Simcoe Street South, , Oshawa, Ontario (ON), Canada, North America
Coordinates: 43.894962, -78.862111
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