So, during my 2 year wedding anniversary trip to Asheville, North Carolina a couple of weeks ago, outside of shopping with the wife and doing tourist things, I visited an Antique Car Museum. I’m not the best at identifying cars before 1960, which made this tour very important and informative. The Museum featured 20 cars, that were built from the early 1900s to 1960. A coupe of the notable cars in this museum are a rare 57 Eldorado Brougham, an American LaFrance Fire truck and an Edsel Corsair. So, here’s a quick post, just showing off some of the rides in this Museum. If your ever in Asheville, North Carolina, definitely stop by and visit. Its located at the Grovewood Village and it’s free admission!
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