Pottsville’s Magical Car Museum

We spent the night in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, not to check out the Yuengling brewery, but to have a chance to see Jerry’s Classic Cars and Collectables museum.

What a place.  In many ways it was a time machine taking you back to days that are long gone as well as presenting some spectacular classic cars.

As we entered the museum we had several really great classic cars to examine and admire.

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First was this 1951 Studebaker Commander “Land Cruiser”  that looks just fantastic.

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Then there is a Ford Mustang from 1969. A Mach I.

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Next to it is a 1970 VW Beetle.

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Next to that is a Nova.

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An then a Triumph TR3.

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In the next room are more great cars.

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Above is the Desoto. A 1958 Firesweep convertible.

Then a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere next to that.

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Then a 1970 Avanti II.

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In back a 1952 Dodge half ton panel truck.

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Then a 1952 Desoto Firedome 8.

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An Oldsmobile.

A 1952 Chevrolet Pickup truck.

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And more…

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But perhaps the greatest part was all the memorabilia from the fifties and sixties:

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It was a time machine that went on for a second floor.  This was such a treat.

If you find yourself in the Pottsville area please do yourself a favor and drop by Jerry’s Classic Car museum.

 

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2 Responses to Pottsville’s Magical Car Museum

  1. Jim's sister says:

    beautiful. Thanks for the great pics.

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