HERSHEY, Pa. _ All veterans and active military will be admitted free to the AACA Museum on Saturday, Nov. 11.
There will be a few special military vehicles on display in honor of Veteran’s Day. A 1942 Ford Jeep GPW (general purpose design Willys). The demand for jeeps in World War II was so great, Ford and Willys were contracted to mass produce these Jeeps for military use. Production for these vehicles ended in 1945 at the end of the war. Also see a 1951 Nash Ambassador military parade vehicle.
Among the museum’s other current exhibits:
– The red, white, and blue rides featured in the National Corvette Restorers Society exhibit
– The 1933 Graham Blue Streak 8 Sedan currently featured in the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) vehicle display.
– “The Dynamic Duo” – AACA “Most Awarded” & “Most Traveled” vehicles
– A Prototype DeLorean
– “Getting the Job Done – Vehicles that Earned Their Keep” exhibit preview (full exhibit begins November 18)
For information, call 717-566-7100 or visit .
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