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George's Antique Auto Museum


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George's Antique Auto Museum features 50 antique automobiles displayed in period settings. Twenty-five of them were made before 1950, and include the only Geronimo automobile known to exist. Auto museum owner, George McCamey, is the owner of the car.


Admission: Admission is $2
Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Not open year-round.
Address: 508 S. Grand
Phone: 580-242-6815

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