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JEM Classic Car Museum

Privately owned by John E. Morgan, a Pennsylvanian who made his fortune with Morgan Knitting Mills in Hometown, the Jem Classic Car Museum features an 18,000 square foot exhibit space, with more than 40 automobiles on display. The cars range from a 1902 Curved Dash Olds to a 1962 Corvette and include names like Auburn, Buick, Cadillac, Cord, DeSoto, Ford, Franklin, Graham-Paige, Hudson, Locomobile, Marmon, Packard, Peerless, Studebaker, Stutz, Wills Sainte Claire, and many others.A collection of rare and antique autos from the roaring Twenties through the 60s and a collection of motorcycles, bicycles and other interesting gadgets are on display.

Location: Hwy 443, Andreas Pennsylvania Telephone 570-386-3554

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
Bear Creek
Big Diamond Raceway
(Solebury Township)
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve
Hidden River Adventures
Hunterdon Ballooning
JEM Classic Car Museum

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