|Many consider the 1963 Chrysler Turbine Car the most valuable automobile in the Museum of Transportation’s Collection. Of the fifty-five that were built, only nine remain and of those nine, only three still run. The Museum is proud to own the only operational Chrysler Turbine Car on public exhibit.|
The Turbine Car can run on virtually any fuel, including cooking and heating oil, though leaded gasoline would leave deposits that caused damage. The paint is a unique root beer color, also know as “Turbine bronze.” For more information on this fascinating vehicle, please follow this link for additional history.