Featured at the Gateway Auto Museum is the 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 concept car.
Filled with pristine examples of American automotive history, The Gateway Colorado Auto Museum is devoted to understanding and celebrating the history, design and social impact of the American car. It features 45 of the most prized and impeccably preserved antique classic cars in the country on display, including the one-of-a-kind 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 concept car, considered a rare American icon. Hendricks bought this classic car in 2005, after intense auction bidding, for $3.2 million. The collection is arranged in a time-line that captures 100 years of American automotive history, from the 1906 Cadillac Model H Coupe to the 2008 Tesla Roadster, the first zero-emissions electric sports car that can drive 245 miles on a single charge.
Hours of Operation
Museum Winter Hours of Operation
Wednesday - Sunday -- 10am to 5:00pm
The Gateway Colorado Auto Museum may be closed on observed holidays, and it is recommended to call ahead if traveling to the museum on those traditional days (e.g. Thanksgiving and Christmas.)
The Gateway Colorado Auto Museum has free parking in lots surrounding the museum and in lots adjacent. Auto Clubs driving to the facility should call ahead to reserve a section of a lot to display their own antique and classic cars.
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