June 14, 2014
The Museum offers special tours every 2nd Saturday of the month at 2pm. A new topic is featured every month! Free with Museum Admission.
June 2014 will feature innovations in safety, communications, and navigation that have changed the automobile and the way we drive. Focusing on the historic innovations, this tour will also lead you into the future of driving.
May 26, 2014
Vettes for Vets & American Muscle is a huge car show organized to honor the hard work and dedication military veterans have committed to our country. On this day, veterans will enjoy perks such as a free car show, veterans’ information vendors, and free admission (with DD214, VA card, picture proving military service, etc.) to the Museum’s exhibits.
May 24, 2014
May 23, 2014
Phil Putnam of Orland, California will discuss his experience as a finishing participant in 2013′s Peking to Paris rally at the California Automobile Museum. Phil prepared a 1936 Chrysler C10 Airflow for the rally and served as the Airflow’s mechanic on the journey. This Airflow will be driven to the museum to be on display during the discussion; the mud and dirt from the rally is still on the Airflow!
May 15, 2014
We will be showing the movie “Who Killed The Electric Car” to encourage discussion about the electric vehicle industry as highlighted in our current exhibit. Plus, the movie discusses GM’s EV1 which you will be able to look at in person at the Museum! Beer and wine will be sold at happy hour prices. This is a great event for car enthusiasts of all ages. Free with general admission.
May 14, 2014
May 10, 2014
The Museum offers special tours every Second Saturday of the month at 2pm. A new topic is featured every month! Free with Museum Admission.
“Top 10 Museum Cars: One Docent’s View” is the topic for May 2014. The experienced Museum docent leading this tour has given countless tours, is an indispensable guide for our school groups, and is an active volunteer in our library. You may not agree with his Top 10 list of historically significant cars on display at the Museum, but you will certainly want to hear what it is!