I found the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum through the AAA TourBook and planned to see it when I visited South Florida in December. When I got there, I noticed that it resembled a Packard dealership.
There are rows and rows of vintage Packards. You can see what the cars were like and how much they sold for. Interestingly enough, the top-of-the-line Packard cost well under the price I paid for the Honda I drive. (Yes, there's a reason for that.)
It's a beautiful tribute to the era when cars were beginning to become part of American culture. A great trip back in time.
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