This is a small museum with the space to exhibit about 30-35 of its actual holdings of about 150 cars. But, what you see and get for the low admission price is so worth many return visits. It's history is interesting,beginning as a private passion of our founder W. Emmert Swigart. His son, William E. Swigart, Jr., fell under the spell of these wonderful machines and built up the collection to its current size. The tour guide, Jerry, was very personable. Some are one-of-a-kind such as the 1936 Duesenberg 12 cylinder Gentlemen’s Speedster, the 1920 Carroll, and the 1916 Scripps-Booth. The Swigart Museum is the only automobile museum in the country where visitors can see two Tuckers, the 1947 “Tin Goose” Prototype and #1013, which was in the movie about Tucker starring Jeff Bridges. They also have the VW bug that was in the "Herbie" movies. I eagerly and enthusiastically recommend at least 1 visit to this gem of a museum.
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