THE SEAL COVE AUTO MUSEUM PRESENTS:
Car Wars & License Plates
Come to the Seal Cove Auto Museum between 10AM & 6PM on Saturday July 16 & meet Richard and Nancy Fraser to discuss their book, Maine Built Automobiles & Motorized Vehicles 1834 – 1934, including a History of Maine license plates. See the Museum’s amazing collection of early Maine license plates and learn about their history and that of the ‘Car Wars’ on Mount Desert Island. See the remains of “The Three Boys” car; the first automobile built on Mount Desert Island.
Regular admission applies (65+=$4.50; 12-64=$5.00; <12=$2.00).
WHERE: Seal Cove Auto Museum, 1414 Tremont Road, Seal Cove, Maine 04674.
WHEN: Saturday July 16, 10AM – 5PM.
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MORE ABOUT THE SEAL COVE AUTO MUSEUM:
SEAL COVE AUTO MUSEUM
America’s premiere Brass Era automobile collection.
At the Seal Cove Auto Museum you will find a wide variety of antique autos, from an 1899 DeDion Bouton to a 1924 Mercer, with a special emphasis on examples from the "Brass Era" (1895-1917). Many of these automobiles and motorcycles have been restored to world-class condition, while others remain in their original, unrestored condition.
Antique car enthusiasts as well as those who simply enjoy cars from the past will delight in the beauty, mystery and romance of this unique collection.
We hope to see you at the Museum soon!
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