Highbanks Hall of Fame
National Midget Auto Racing Museum

P.O. Box 264
Belleville, KS 66935
(785) 527-2526
Features: The museum, a new facility, is aimed at preserving traditions of dirt track racing. It contains displays about racing personalities, memorabilia, and displays race cars.

Kansas Auto Racing Museum
1205 Manor Drive
Chapman, KS 67431
(785) 922-6642

Features: Concentrates on the history of racing in Kansas as opposed to trying to duplicate NASCAR or another series. Extensive film and still-photo collection, examples of different types of race cars.

Kansas City Automotive Museum
15095 West 116th Street 
Olathe, KS 66062 
(913) 322-4227
Features: This is an interim venue for an organzation planning a larger, more expansive facility in the Kansas City area. It features more than 30 cars in a 12,000-square-foot display space. It highlights significant KC automotive history such as 1965 Le Mans winner Masten Gregory (known as the "Kansas City Flash"), the Ford Winchester plant, and Greenlease Cadillac.

REO Antique Auto Museum
Lindsborg, KS 67456
(785) 227-3252
Features: Displays are in the annex to a 1930 service station complete with antique hand-operated gas pumps. The museum was opened in 1988 to exhibit the private Applequist auto collection. It specializes in the vehicles produced from 1905 to 1936 by Ransom Eli Olds. The Museum has 13 REO cars, 7 REO trucks, 1 REO fire engine, and well as Ford, Black, Dodge, Chevrolet, Plymouth and Cadillac models from 1905 to 1948, plus a Thunderbird and a DeLorean.

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