AT ONE TIME, GAS PUMPS, SIGNS AND NOTHER AUTO-RELATED ITEMS, HAD AS MUCH STYLE AS THE CARS THEMSELVES.
1967 Chevrolet Dealership Cutaway Engine Display
See how the driveline of the "all new" 1967 Chevrolet functions as the internal parts of the engine, transmission and differential all move with the push of a button.
The All New Chevrolet 350
This cut away was built by GM to promote the new 350 CI engine. Not only do the internal parts move but the engine itself rotates so you can view inside of it even from underneath.
Vintage gas pumps are beautiful with their distinct branding and unique globes.
More than pumps
You'll be able to see different styles of gas pumps, but also other gas station items like oil cans and racks, air pumps, lamps and more.
Dozens of neon signs
We're home to a large collection of dozens of neon signs. From gas stations to auto makers.
You will need sunglasses
Neon signs so big, they're brighter than staring into the sun.
Pep Boy's Roof topper
This Pep Boy's sign is one of 6 known to exsit. Made in the 1930's out of hand-laid fiberglass and standing 12 foot tall, this Manny, Moe and Jack display would look down at you from a buildings rooftop.