755 West Iowa 80 Road
I-80, Exit 284
Features: This spot, which bills itself as the world's largest truckstop, has nearly 22,000 square feet of display space devoted to several dozen trucks at one time with room for storage of other trucks not on current display. Among items on display are a 1910 Avery, a 1961 B-61 Mack, the first Mack AC ever produced, a 1924 White wrecker featured in the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes," a rare half-cab Kenworth, and a 1912 Saurer, the only remaining American-built Saurer.
National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum
One Sprint Capital Place
P.O. Box 542
Knoxville, IA 50138
Features: Between Knoxville Raceway and the Hall of Fame & Museum, this town claims to be the capital of sprint car racing in America. Numerous events are held at the Hall, which has displays recording sprint car history.
Schildberg's Antique Car Museum
East Iowa Street
Features: This small but varied collection is from the estate of Dennis Schildberg, a local auto collector and restorer.. The cars are used for community events, and the exhibit is open by appointment by calling the local Chamber of Commerce at the number listed here.
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