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Memoryville, U.S.A.


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One of the largest antique & classic automobile restoration shops & museum in the U.S. where we currently have news commentator Paul Harvey's 1938 Nash Lafayette on display. Gift shop offering antiques and collectibles, and automobile restoration shop. View restoration of antique and classic automobiles in progress.


Admission: $3.25 adults, $1.25 6-12 years, under 6 free, senior citizen discount, special tour rates.
Hours: Year-Round
Address: 2220 North Bishop Avenue
Phone: 573-364-1810
Our Email: Memoryvl@fidnet.com.
Handicapped Accessible.

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