Supposed to be the largest collection in the world of Convertible cars!
Some of the cars usually on display: Amphicar, Buick, Benz, Cadillac, Chevrolet, 57 Chevy, Chrysler, Crofton, Crosley, Desoto, Dodge, Edsel, Ferrari, Franklin, Frazer, Harley, Hudson, Imperial, Indian, International, Jeep, Kaiser, Lincoln, Mercury, Messerschmitt, MG, Muntz, Nash, Oldsmobile, Mercedes, Packard, Pierce Arrow, Pontiac, Plymouth, Porsche, Studebaker, Rambler.
Also collections of vintage radios, TV, antique bicycles, cameras, neon dealership signs, classic gas pumps and gas stations, vintage vehicle garages, old oil collectibles, license plates, vintage toys and games, Coca Cola room of collectibles, Barbie doll room, soapbox derby cars, wagons, carriages, 1950s new car showroom, Oscars, and phonographs.
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Address: 29013 Champagne Blvd, 92026, Escondido, California (CA), USA, North America
Coordinates: 33.239862, -117.144672
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