Saturday, March 15, 2014

Come With Me

This is going to be a L-O-N-G post, 
packed FULL of pictures!

Tom and I took a short trip down the freeway to the city of Tacoma.
We had heard about this really, fantastic car museum.

Today was a special exhibit 
about Volkswagen !
Both Tom and I owned red VW's.
So, this was a must visit and see.

Two long rows of beautiful, shiny, perfect, Volkswagen's!
My camera and fingers were working overtime.

At the end of Volkswagen exhibit you could only 
see the silhouette of a car because of the huge glass window behind it, 
that over looks the city.
As we got closer we saw the 
Tucker Car.
Only 50 of these were ever made!

The Tucker Car was really fantastic.

The following pictures are some of my favorite cars.
And Betsy, there were even race cars!

Each type and style of cars were separated 
by long hall ways,
with the history, the year and name of each car, 
printed on the walls.

Below is the race car exhibit. 

I liked the funky cars. 
Some don't even look like cars.

And then there were the vintage cars.
So many different kinds and styles, 
from the practical to the elegant. 

I couldn't fit in all that this place has to offer.
Click here to check out their web site.
You can find out who Harold Lemay was and why he had 3,000 cars.
There is so much more then cars in this museum.

If you are in the Seattle area and have time,
this is a must see.


  1. And I'd justlike to have one really cool one. :D

  2. I love cars and this is FANTASTIC!! Thanks so much for posting all of these. I love the car that looks like white lace and, of course, the Flintstone's car. I'm definitely checking out that website.

  3. haha...I'm watching race cars right now! :)
    That looks like a very fun museum. The Mister would really love it! When I was a little girl we had a vw bug. I would ride in that little well in the back! No car seats or seat belt rules back then. ha.

  4. This is so awesome...I am showing my son (age 25) right now...he loves cars. All of our sons would love to see this museum.

  5. I'd love a ride in that last car too. Although some were some stunners in your photo show.


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