Been reading about the planned classic car museum in NJ and after years it just appeared and just as fast it was closed. They had a location, but permits and problems made it impossible. They did get a small space next to the NJ Boating museum in Point Pleasant NJ and sadly opened 2 weeks before the Sandy superstorm, saved the cars, but the building was damaged. Good news as they have reopened. They are a nice bunch of guys and have great intentions, but the museum is rather small. They do more of a traveling exhibit at schools and car shows and hope they do grow over the years. Admission is free!
Oddly enough the car collection features some very rare cars, but they are not restored and appear to have been parked back in a time when they were actually still being driven. Very cool to see them like this! Ask anyone in NJ and they will tell you there is no Antique Car Museum in NJ, the guys in the new museum had no idea Space Farms was still open, maybe they should hook up with Space Farms,adopt the collection and expand?
This is snow country was a preview of what else this CARHUNT Safari found, it's in part 2.
Reminds me of Harold Warp's Pioneer Village in Minden Nebraska.