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WISCONSIN

Dells Auto Museum
591 Wisconsin Dells Parkway
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
(414) 648-2151
Features: At one time this collection numbered about 400 cars. A 1999 fire at one of the storage facilities destroyed about a quarter of the array. The rustic museum oncludes such seldom-seen vehicles as a 1972 Hurst Olds, a 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge, a 1986 Indianapolis 500 Pontiac Fiero pace car and a 1959 Ford Fairlane retractable.

Doc's Classic Car & Cycle Museum
W2709 State Highway 29
Bonduel, WI 54107
(715) 758-9080
Features: This free museum attached to a Harley-Davidson dealership is a blend of '60s muscle cars, classic and vintage cars and motorcycles. One of the snazzier exhibits is a 1981 Delorean with a mere 3,000 miles on the odometer.

Four Wheel Drive Museum
Adjacent To W.A. Olen Park
Clintonville, WI 54929

(715) 823-2141
Features: (No website) Displays of four-wheel drive trucks and cars.

Harley-Davidson Museum
6th and Canal streets off I-94 downtown
Milwaukee, WI
Features: Opened on July 12, 2008, the 20-acre riverfront site features green open spaces, more than 700 trees and native plants, and park benches, all free of charge and accessible to the public 24 hours a day. The museum itself has a wide array of H-D machines and memorabilia, including the first known Harley motorcycle, serial number 1.

J & J Muscle Car Collection
U.S. Highway 10
Medina, WI 54944
(414) 779-6259
Features: (No website) A wide assortment of American muscle cars.

Midway Auto Museum
P.O. Box 183, Route 2
Birnamwood, WI 54414
(715) 449-2901
Features: (No website)

Rhine Center Garage Historic Museum
Route 1
Elkhart Lake, WI 53020
(414) 876-3030
Features: (No website)

Uihlein Antique Racing Car Museum
236 Hamilton Road
Cedarsburg, WI 53102
Features: A collection of about 25 restored vintage and antique cars.

Wisconsin Automotive Museum
147 North Rural Street
Hartford, WI 53027
(262) 673-7999
Features: The state's largest auto museum. It gives emphasis to locally-made marques, such as the Kissel, manufactured in Hartford from 1906 to 1931. The most famous Kissel model is the “Speedster” which as affectionately known as the “Gold Bug”, and owned by such stars of the day as Fatty Arbuckle and Amelia Earhardt. Also, an exhibition devoted to the Nash, first built in Kenosha, WI, in 1916, and more than 90 other vehicles shown in an Art Deco space.

Zunker's Antique Car Museum
3722 MacArthur Drive
Manitowac, WI 54220
(414) 684-4005
Features: (No website) This collection of about 40 antique and vintage cars and motorcycles includes a classic gas station display.

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