Reiff's Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum

Coordinates: 38°40′29″N 121°46′55″W / 38.67465°N 121.78195°W / 38.67465; -121.78195
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Reiff's Gas Station Museum was a museum of American car memorabilia in Woodland, California. It was founded in 2000.

The museum collection includes antique gas pumps, an antique gas station, a 1956 Chevrolet tow truck, a diner, a general store, a movie theater, a car crash, an airplane crash, vintage gas station signs and logos .

The museum started in the residence of Mark Reiff. It now covers 10,000 square feet (900 m2) of exhibit space. A meeting room of 650 square feet (60 m2) and an outdoor patio of 900 square feet (84 m2) .[1]

The museum also provides photo shoot locations. Owners can bring their vintage cars to be photographed in the antique scenes within the museum.[2][3] The museum hosts the annual Reiff's Street Bash in June.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Reiff’s Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum - Yolo County Visitors Bureau"
  2. ^ Kate Washington (2006). "Cheap Gas of Yesteryear". Via Magazine. American Automobile Association. Retrieved 5 Nov 2011.
  3. ^ "Historical & Cultural - Yolo County Visitors Bureau"

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