The museum is open Tuesday - Sunday from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.                        Please join us for our Highlights Tour on Wednesday and Thursday at 11:00 am and select Saturdays at 11:00 am.  Additional tours have been added to Fridays in July at 11:00 am.

Review: Savoy Automobile Museum — The New Home For Amazing Vintage Vehicles

July 2024

Review: Savoy Automobile Museum — The New Home For Amazing Vintage Vehicles

2024-07-18T17:12:29-04:00

Read Full Article Here. - A city with a population of greater than 23,000 residents which is located approximately 42 miles from Atlanta in northwestern Georgia now literally lives up to its name of CARtersville, as a museum for vintage vehicles and classic cars called Savoy Automobile Museum had opened its doors to the public for the first time on Wednesday, December 8, 2021.

Review: Savoy Automobile Museum — The New Home For Amazing Vintage Vehicles2024-07-18T17:12:29-04:00

Vintage Cars of Walter P. Chrysler, Batmobile, The Godfather — and More

2024-07-18T17:10:35-04:00

Read Full Article Here - Before Walter Percy Chrysler acquired a controlling interest in the Maxwell Motor Company — which was failing and became integrated into a company he founded that eventually became known as the Chrysler Corporation — he was hired as the chief of production of the Buick Motor Company in 1912. Chrysler became a very wealthy man as a result of being involved in some shrewd deals that expanded his company to include Plymouth and DeSoto — in addition to the acquisition [...]

Vintage Cars of Walter P. Chrysler, Batmobile, The Godfather — and More2024-07-18T17:10:35-04:00

Women in Motorsports

2024-07-09T11:46:48-04:00

Women in Motorsports is a collaboration between WIMNA (Women in Motorsports North America). Motor sport events, in which women could compete, have existed since 1897 at the first known women's motorized tricycle race. There is a long history of women in motorsports, and this exhibition focuses on well-known women racers, as well as up-and-coming regional women racers. It steps through the various race series, featuring race cars from the NHRA JD, Drag Racing League, U.S. Legend Cars, SCCA, IMSA, American Sprint Car Series, NHRA Top [...]

Women in Motorsports2024-07-09T11:46:48-04:00

June 2024

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum collaborates with Savoy

2024-06-27T13:31:47-04:00

Read the full article here. - The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is located in the heart of the oval circuit on which the famous Indianapolis 500 and many other races are held every year. The Museum preserves the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500. Since 1956, the museum’s collection has grown from a modest 12-car exhibit to one of the world’s largest collections of automobiles and racing memorabilia, with over 55,000 objects and more than 300 vehicles. With the museum currently [...]

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum collaborates with Savoy2024-06-27T13:31:47-04:00

What’s in Chip’s Garage?

2024-06-11T15:14:36-04:00

What is in Chip Foose’s personal collection? What cars in Chip’s garage does he like to cruise around town in? Find out in this exclusive exhibition! WAS ON DISPLAY 1932 Ford Model 18 Deluxe Roadster (On loan from Chip Foose Collection) 1932 Ford Model 18 5-Window Coupe (On loan from Chip Foose Collection) P-32 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster (On loan from Chip Foose Collection) 1933 Ford Model 40 Station Wagon Woodie (On loan from Chip Foose Collection) 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe (On loan from Chip [...]

What’s in Chip’s Garage?2024-06-11T15:14:36-04:00

Savoy in the AJC

2024-06-10T11:36:12-04:00

Savoy was recently featured in the AJC! Click here to read the full article.

Savoy in the AJC2024-06-10T11:36:12-04:00

Why was Wayne Kady’s favorite design the 1971 Cadillac Eldorado?

2024-06-03T13:53:50-04:00

Indie Auto recently published an article on Wayne Kady at a recent event at Savoy. Read the full article here. - In a recent interview, Wayne Kady was hesitant to name his favorite car design among those he had worked on during a 38-year stint at General Motors, saying that was like picking a favorite child. However, he ultimately pointed to the 1971 Cadillac Eldorado. This was partly because the second-generation Eldorado was “the first car that I was responsible for,” Kady told moderator Ken [...]

Why was Wayne Kady’s favorite design the 1971 Cadillac Eldorado?2024-06-03T13:53:50-04:00
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