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We are still open in our current location until March 15, 2024.

We will not be closing and will be moving the Museum by the March 15, 2024 date.

We will post news of our new location once we have found a suitable place to move.

If you wish to donate please go to our website at sarasotacarmuseum.org and you will see a DONATE NOW button.

Thank you for your support.
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3 months ago

50% OFF ALL ITEMS TODAY, SATURDAY 11/4 ONLY WITH THE EXCEPTION OF COIN OPS AND STAINED GLASS. MAKE OFFERS ON COIN OPS AND STAINED GLASS.

ADDED ITEMS: 1950S PURPLE DINER CHAIRS, CIGAR STORE INDIAN, AND LOTS OF FRAMED PRINTS, LARGE PAINTINGS.

SARASOTA CLASSIC CAR MUSEUM IS HAVING A HUGE MOVING SALE: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY...NOVEMBER 3 & 4, 2023. 9 A.M. TO 2 P.M.

THE MUSEUM IS MOVING AND WE HAVE LOTS OF MEMORABILIA, SIGNS, DECANTERS, CAR MAGAZINES, COUCHES, LAMPS, PICTURES, ETC. TOO MUCH TO MENTION.

5500 N TAMIAMI TRAIL: HELD IN OUR THEATER ROOM WHICH IS NORTH OF MUSEUM ENTRANCE UNDER THE PORTICO.

PLEASE NO MESSAGES ABOUT ITEMS OR PHONE CALLS. JUST COME BY AND GET YOURSELF A PIECE OF HISTORY.
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4 months ago

www.sarasotacarmuseum.org/donate-now/

Would you like to become a patron to save the Sarasota Classic Car Museum?
We are appealing to you for donations to keep the Sarasota Classic Car Museum open and running. We were given notice by our landlord, New College Of Florida, on May 16th to vacate the museum property by the end of June. To maintain the Museum in its present state, we urgently request your donations to help secure the Museum’s survival for future generations.
Specifically designed, when built in March of 1953, to showcase extraordinary and historic cars, the Sarasota Classic Car Museum recently celebrated 70 years of continuous operation. Besides the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, we are the oldest continuously operating car museum in the United States. A vital source of local history and genealogy for locals and visitors, the Museum also provides spaces to hold gatherings and special events. It currently houses 150 classic cars and around 3,000 other historic items and memorabilia.
Museum visitors have until the end of this month to see businessman John Ringling's 1922 Rolls Royce Ghost and his wife Mable's 1923 Pierce Arrow. We are protecting automotive lore of bygone years, recalling people and a way of life that have gone forever while preserving our Sarasota heritage with this vital link with the past.
The Museum is a not for profit run by a dedicated staff and of course volunteers and open to the public daily.

Thank you for your donation and continued support.
Click www.sarasotacarmuseum.org/donate-now/ to make your donation.

PLEASE RE-POST THIS TO YOUR PAGE.
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8 months ago
https://www.sarasotacarmuseum.org/donate-now/Would you like to become a patron to save the Sarasota Classic Car Museum?
We are appealing to you for donations to keep the Sarasota Classic Car Museum open and running. We were given notice by our landlord, New College Of Florida, on May 16th to vacate the museum property by the end of June. To maintain the Museum in its present state, we urgently request your donations to help secure the Museum’s survival for future generations.
Specifically designed, when built in March of 1953, to showcase extraordinary and historic cars, the Sarasota Classic Car Museum recently celebrated 70 years of continuous operation. Besides the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, we are the oldest continuously operating car museum in the United States. A vital source of local history and genealogy for locals and visitors, the Museum also provides spaces to hold gatherings and special events. It currently houses 150 classic cars and around 3,000 other historic items and memorabilia.
Museum visitors have until the end of this month to see businessman John Ringlings 1922 Rolls Royce Ghost and his wife Mables 1923 Pierce Arrow. We are protecting automotive lore of bygone years, recalling people and a way of life that have gone forever while preserving our Sarasota heritage with this vital link with the past.
The Museum is a not for profit run by a dedicated staff and of course volunteers and open to the public daily.Thank you for your donation and continued support.
Click https://www.sarasotacarmuseum.org/donate-now/ to make your donation.PLEASE RE-POST THIS TO YOUR PAGE.
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