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The Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, features a unique collection of vintage cars and vehicles that demonstrate special creativity and imagination in their history and engineering.
Housed in the museum galleries are many of the finest early approaches to aerodynamic shapes and packaging, front wheel drive and rear engine-rear drive engineering, unibody construction, pioneering uses of materials like cast aluminum, pressed steel and more.
A special feature at the Museum is the world’s finest faithful and operational reproduction of the French 1770 Fardier de Cugnot. Join our member archive to view exclusive documents and photos.
We believe that the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum is more than just a collection of cars; it is also a celebration of the engineers that, through advanced thinking, brought us the car as we know of it today.
VINTAGE POSTERS & LITHOGRAPH EXHIBIT
An entire wing of the museum is now devoted to this prestigious one-of-a-kind collection of vintage European posters featuring early 20th century cinema, political & entertainment themes.
"We hope you will enjoy our collection at the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum while discovering the great engineers who designed and built these innovative cars."
Founder of Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
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