We had read the other reviews and thought this would be a fun little visit. Perhaps the charm is in the owners (who were not present during our visit). The place consists of a single bay garage with relics of auto care from bygone days. Yes, it was interesting to see a collection of old oil cans and their associated spouts that you had to purchase separately...a neat tale to share with the younger generation of screw-top oil jugs. But that was about it. The second room is full of route 66 kitch that can be had in any other of the many tourist trap stores on the main street as well as two full walls of salacious man-cave type posters, wall thermometers, and calendars. If you're walking by, poke your head in the garage, but don't plan a visit.