Eagles Mere Auto Museum

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The Ultimate Collection of American-Made Cars and Trucks from the 1950s and 1960s.

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You’ll find everything from a row of Tri-Fives
to a NAPCO Mountain Goat.

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Every vehicle is maintained and driven.
And most are original stock.

Now Next to the

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Where Early Aviation Comes Alive!

Plan Your Visit

Hours of Operation:

Sept. 9 – Oct. 15
Saturday, Sunday
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Eagles Mere Auto Museum

Front porch saleSep 23, 10:00amThe Common GoodI will have a table on the front porch of The Common Good in Eagles Mere Saturday 10-4 to display my scratchbuilt model railroad buildings and services. Many unique handmade items for sale, and I will take orders for custom built structures, dioramas, or complete model railroad layouts. I offer weathering/distressing of buildings and rolling stock and custom painting and decaling ... See MoreSee Less

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Located in beautiful North Central Pennsylvania, the Museum showcases a pristine collection of over seventy-five cars and trucks from the 1950s and 1960s.

Come visit “Lefty’s Garage”, the exact replica of an old-time car shop — complete with vintage tools and oil stained floors!

ChevyHardcorelogoThe gathering of cars and automobilia is but a small sampling of a collection that has turned into a destination spot for automotive enthusiasts. The Eagles Mere Auto Museum may be a small portion of one man’s dream collection of automobiles, but it gives you a chance to relax and remember days gone by.

-Randy Bolig, editor, chevyhardcore.com

WNEP’s (channel 16) Home and Garden Show aired a segment on Saturday, January 30, 2016 showcasing the amazing collection of vintage cars and memorabilia housed in the Eagles Mere Auto Museum!

Sell “POWER” in 1966. Chevy big block 396 cubic inch engine is described in a marketing training film for Chevrolet salesmen.

The McMullen ’32 Roadster was the most iconic Hot Rod in history. There were only a few made and one has a home in the museum. Listen to it’s colorful history in this video!

A place in Sullivan County allows you to look at a piece of your past. Mike Stevens traveled the Pennsylvania Road and found a sure fire winner from years gone by. February 17th, 2016.

Admission
Auto Museum Only: Adults $6 Families with children under 17: $14
Both Air and Auto Museums: Adults: $8 Families children under 17: $18
For questions or Group Tours by Appointment: Call 570-946-5800 or 570-220-2429 Free Parking

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