St. Louis Motor Carriage Co.
This carriage auto originally cost $1,200 and is the oldest of nine of this make in existence. It is powered by a one-cylinder, 7-hp engine; employed the first float carburetor; equipped with a tilting steering wheel; and has a chain drive to the rear axle.
Andy Di Dia
The Bobby Darin “Dream Car” is a one-of-a-kind custom car designed by Detroit clothing designer Andy Di Dia in 1953 and completed in 1960.
The Chrysler turbine car is one of only 55 produced by Chrysler in 1963. This is the only operational turbine car on public display.
Gas Turbine Tractor
In 1952, Ford Motor Co. began a test program to explore the use of gas turbine engines for automobiles and trucks, but Ford gave up development in 1973. This truck tractor was donated by Ford in 1971.