Off to Amelia Island!

We are off to The Amelia with our 1929 DuPont bodied by Waterhouse!  This beautiful automobile is believed to be the only DuPont Roadster with a Waterhouse body.  We will post photos from the weekend on our Facebook page.  We will also keep you informed on how we do!

A Night at the Museum was a hit!

On Thursday December 10, we tried something a little different.  We opened our doors at 5:00 pm and kept the overhead lights off.  Guests were allowed to stroll through the museum by the light of the neon signs and also our holiday decorations.  Guests were also given a free glow necklace to enjoy while touring.  Extra lighting was placed under the hoods of select vehicles as well.  We received a lot of great feedback and look forward to hosting another “Night at the Museum” in the future.

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1929 Stutz Model M – Most Elegant Open

Our beautiful 1929 Stutz Model M attended the 2021 St. Michael’s Concours d’Elegance in Maryland this September.  It was a wonderful trip full of historic cars  and places.  We were honored to receive the Ethel and John North Award Most Elegant Open.  Thank you!

Class award at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance!

Our 1905 Columbia Mark XXXV Open Drive Brougham took second in the Early Electric Class at the 2021 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach on Sunday, August 15.  The events leading up to the main event included a 70 mile tour where the Columbia crossed the starting line, passed in front of the Lodge and while the other cars turned right to head to the highway, we made a slight left to venture around a bit before making our way back to the truck lot.  With a unconfirmed range of 30-35 miles, we didn’t want to take the chance of not having a spot to “recharge”.  It is also believed that the range is based on a flat terrain and not the peaks and valleys of the famed 17 Mile Drive.  This elegant coach sports a lofty chauffeur’s position high atop the front carriage wheels and a fully enclosed four-passenger compartment.  Unlike similar electrics that used a single motor to drive a shaft or chain to the rear axle, the Mark XXXV features an unusual dual-motor layout, with the two huge electric motors directly driving ring gears affixed to the inside of each rear wheel.  The car also boosts it’s original interior, electric motors, chassis, and body which had received a light restoration in the late 1980s.

This beautiful example will make it’s way from California to the collection in the next week or so and will be on display for all to see and enjoy.

Moxie horse car

Look what rolled in! It’s got Moxie!

One of our special guest cars rolled in a bit early!  This big guy is here only for our Autos for Autism event happening on Thursday, July 22 from 4:00-8:00.  If you want to see him in person, you will have to purchase a ticket from our Event page (hover on the EVENT tab then click on “Autos for Autism 2021”).  Until then, he will wait undercover.  All proceeds from the tickets will benefit the Ted Lindsay Foundation.

You can also find a link to our auction site where you can bid on a tour of Jay Leno’s garage and more great items!


The 1963 Chrysler Turbine is here!

Come in to see our beautiful 1963 Chrysler Turbine!  One of nine left, and one of the only 5 that still run!  You can see and hear video for yourself right next to the car.  We also have a couple spare engines outside of the car for you to see up close.  We are open Tuesdays in June by pre-registration and our Thursday night Cruise Ins are back on so come out and check out this ultimate classic.


1963 Chrysler Turbine at Stahl’s

What’s in the box??? New addition!

We are very excited to share a new addition to the collection!  Stay tuned to our social media, website, or better yet, join our email list at the bottom of the home page (Sign Up Now)!  We’ll share the big news later this week! You won’t want to miss it!

Time is running out! Enter Veterans Day raffle now!

Friday, December 4 is the last day to get your tickets for our Veterans Day raffle!  Don’t miss out on your chance to win one of our three great prizes all while helping a great charity!  All proceeds benefit Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc.  Get your tickets for a chance to win a one-of-a-kind functional art Jeep chair.  This chair is made from a new 2016 Jeep passenger seat and still adjusts front to back.  It also comes with a built-in cup holder and can power your handheld devices!  Second prize is a private tour of Stahl’s Auto Collection for up to 10 people with a pizza party included.  Third place will take a ride in our 1924 Delage!

Go to our Veterans Day 2020 page under the Events tab and scroll to the bottom to donate NOW!

Drawing will be held the week of December 7 on Facebook Live.