One day at the FMCA rally, we were offered the opportunity to visit the Tallahassee Automobile Museum.
A bus load of us took advantage of the offer.
If you don't like looking at old cars, then you might as well skip the next half dozen or so posts - Cause I like cars and that's the subjects of the next six or so posts.
The first car we saw was the "Elvismobile".
It pulled a trailer loaded with electronic gear.
In the trailer are six Honda generators - that's 18,000 watts of power.
Look at the sound control panel between the front seats.
This little car would be ideal to tow behind Treky.
1931 Duesenberg - That's 84 years ago.
Throughout the rest of this series of blogs on the Tallahassee Automobile Museum, I will show the placard explaining about the car and then following will be the picture of the car.
The 1931 Duesenberg - Isn't that cool? Far more modern lines than today's cars. Checkout the headlights - They retract into the fender when not in use.
1929 Auburn - I mean that's cool - Why can't we buy cars like this today?
1953 Baby Blue Cadillac convertible - As I remember, this was one of the first cars to come equipped with an air conditioner. Again as I remember, the air conditioner was mounted in the trunk - Oh yeah, this GM car had a Continental kit spare tire.
1959 Cadillac - In 1960, my boss had one of these.
How did that motorcycle get in here - The sign says that it is a Renegade.
This is how we got our music back in "those" days.
An original Juke Box - Drop in a quarter and you got to select and play one song. I don't know what this has to do with cars.
More cars for the next few days - Then we will hit the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Shenandoah National Park for a couple of weeks on the way to Niagara Falls, Ontario.
You won't believe the cars we show tomorrow.
Ron, Tippy and Treky