LeMay – America’s Car Museum, a non-profit organization chartered to preserve and interpret the history and technology of the automobile, has partnered with Volkswagen of America, Inc. to celebrate the brand’s rich history of innovative technology and elegant designs with the new “VeeDub – Bohemian Beauties” Exhibit.
A salesman’s model of a 50-year-old bomb shelter is being brought to the former Marymount Military Academy for a gala event Aug. 24 and the 36th Annual LeMay Car Show Aug. 31.
Beginning Aug. 9, ACM will become a Corvette hotbed as the museum celebrates six decades of America’s quintessential sports car with the debut of the “60 Years of Vette” exhibit.
LeMay-America's Car Museum continues to make progress on the Avanti #1001 Rescue Project.
LeMay – America’s Car Museum, in Tacoma, Wash., has added two donations: a fiberglass 1964 Buick Wildcat prototype and the Ridler Award-winning hot rod Ferrambo.
Mark Mowbray, executive director of the Yellowstone Trail Association, took time out on his summer journey along the Yellowstone Trail to visit two classic car museums near Tacoma, Wash. The following is his blog post about the visits: Day 22 – June 23 Both LeMay Old Car Museums Today I had the pleasure...