Opened in the mid 1970's when a collection of cars was donated to the Province of new Brunswick
Started by Melvin Louden as a lifelong passion he restored and collected cars eventually in 1956 opened his museum near the current location, the building still exists
Previously discussed here at CARHUNTER Malcolm Bricklin chose to build his car right here with government funding
only available in 4 colours shown, but I never saw one in this Green?
This car was driven by a high ranking Gov't official daily
Notice body panels don't match, the components were made in different locations, not too much paint control back then huh?
Never a real firetruck, but a tribute replica
Striped down for racing Stutz Bearcat
International steam powered tractor
1928 Willys Knight
Sharp eyed collectors may recognize this green color as Vagabond Green
It became the color of NYPD cars until 1972
The black fenders followed through for no apparent reason on the NYPD cars
Never saw this body style of Detroit Electric
The driver sat to rear, first usage of the phrase "back seat driver?"
A 1908 Russell
The museum is within the ground of the Botanical Gardens run by parks and recreation and found it very hard to get clear info online or by phone at first. I got a guided tour which I guess is how they normally do it?