This is the oldest car museum in the United States. It's worth it to go just to say you were there, if you are into cars. There were about 30 cars on display when we went and the docent was very informative and (I hope I don't get anyone in trouble) even opened a car door to let us see inside better, which I thought was very nice as usually everything is behind a rope and you feel like the cars probably haven't been moved since they were moved in. The museum is small but has two Tuckers, one of which is the prototype. It also has a large collection of license plates and emblems. It reminded me more of being in a friends really, really nice garage rather than a regular museum as the docent talked about Mr. Swigart like a friend which was nice.
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