Car & Driver: The Antique Car Museum

When Arthur Stone bought his first Packard in 1948, he had no idea his infatuation with the luxury vehicle would turn into a museum of classic cars. Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, take a glimpse into the Antique Car Museum, which houses one of the rarest collections of Packards.

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The Antique Car Museum, located at 1527 Packard Avenue, features an ongoing exhibit of 39 Packards with model years ranging from 1909 to 1958.

By Destinee A. Hughes
Photography by Rafael Balcazar

 

Originally appeared in the Summer 2015 issue.

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