The Pioneer Auto Show (Pioneer Auto Museum) started in 1954 by AJ ‘Dick’ Geisler and his family. They have over 275 cars, 60 motorcycles, and 60 tractors on display.
They also have other vehicles like The Hot Rod Manure Spreader and The Wooden Car.
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Address: 503 5th Street, 57559, Murdo, South Dakota (SD), USA, North America
Coordinates: 43.8865055, -100.7069901
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