Lane Motor Museum
The Lane Motor Museum
|Collection size||500+ automobiles
Related art and memorabilia
|Public transit access||Nashville MTA Route 15|
Lane Motor Museum is located in Nashville, Tennessee and features a collection of mostly European automobiles. The museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, founded by Jeff Lane, his father having founded the family's automotive extrusion business, L&L Products in Romeo, Mich. in 1958.
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The museum was established in October 2003 by Lane, beginning with his personal collection of 70 vehicles in Nashville's former American Bread Company (1951-1994). The collection currently includes art, memorbilia and over 450 vehicles, with 150 cars displayed on any given day. The museum features European cars of unusual design, propeller-driven vehicles, microcars, three-wheeled cars, amphibious vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles, military vehicles, competition cars, one-off vehicles, prototypes — and 23 Tatras.
- Charles McEwan (October 5, 2011). "Hitting the Tennessee Roads in Rolling Museum Pieces". The New York Times.
- Tennessee Magazine
- Cars At Large
- Road and Track magazine, February 2014 issue, page 22
- Unusual cars meet rural Tennessee Road and Track website
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