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Savoy Automobile Museum features five exhibition galleries. Four are temporary rotating galleries and the fifth showcases the permanent Savoy Collection. The rotating galleries will feature specially curated exhibits showcasing automobiles surrounding a common theme. The Savoy Collection will display vehicles from Savoy’s special permanent collection. Savoy invites you to stroll through the galleries to appreciate the individual beauty and design of each vehicle while reading about its construction, production, and perhaps spark a memory or two. Come and experience Savoy!


The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum preserves the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500. Since 1956, the museum’s collection has grown from a modest display of 12 cars to become one of the world’s premier collections of racing automobiles and artifacts—with more than 55,000 artifacts and over 300 vehicles. As they look to the future, the museum is currently closed for a complete renovation of its facilities. This has allowed the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and Savoy to collaborate on a two-part exhibition. Part One features a selection of special cars that are unique enough to have found their way into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum’s collection.


  • 1912 Fiat
  • 1928 Miller 91.5 Front Drive #4
  • 1929 Bugatti Type 35-B #88
  • 1935 Miller-Ford V-8 #43
  • 1938 Stevens (Sampson V16 Special) #32
  • 1941 Wetteroth (Noc-Out Hose Clamp Special) #16
  • 1952 Ferrari Type 375 #35
  • 1957 Belond Special #9 (Winner, Indianapolis 500, 1957 and 1958)
  • 1964 Hurst Floor Shift Special #47
  • 1968 Lotus 56/1 (STP Oil Treatment Special) #60
  • 1975 Eagle (Jose Johnson Spl) #30
  • 1991 Benetton B191B Ford F1 Grand Prix Car

On display June 11 – September 29, 2024.

RADwood is an event movement in the automotive hobby world devoted to celebrating the 80s and 90s automotive lifestyle, The name RADwood, was coined by co-founder and COO Warren Madsen, and it is a take-off on The Goodwood Revival. The Goodwood Revival is the only historic motor race meeting to be staged entirely in a period theme located in England. It is an immersive celebration of iconic cars and fashion. The term “radical” was adopted by users in the 70s, which meant “at the limits of control”. During the 80s the term was shortened to “rad” and was used for “cool” or “awesome”. This exhibition showcases vehicles from the Savoy Collection that were built in the 80s and 90s.


Vehicles comprising this exhibit:
· 1981 DeLorean
· 1983 Mercedes 380SL
· 1990 Cadillac Allante
· 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10
· 1999 Plymouth Prowler

On display from May 7 – August 25, 2024.

Movie Cars, which opened on April 2, 2004, is an exhibit showcasing vehicles from box office hits like “Rain Man” and “War of the Roses.” While movies tend to feature an animal, creature, or human as the star, cinema is full of iconic cars that have somehow managed to steal the spotlight away from the main characters, whether it’s because they are integral to the story, featured in the best scenes, or because they’re an important part of a character’s lore. This exhibition showcases the actual cars from the movies with most being the “hero” car. The “hero” car is the main car driven by the principal actor. Automobiles included in this exhibit include:


  • 1925 Chevrolet Superior Roadster – “Killers of the Flower Moon” (On Loan from Angie and Jeff Chattin, JC Picture Cars)
  • 1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible – “Rainman” (On Loan from Barry Levinson)
  • 1954 Mercury XM-800 – “Women’s World” (On Loan from The Richard H. Driehaus Automobile Collection)
  • 1958 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe – “American Graffiti” (On Loan from Ray Evernham Enterprises)
  • 1960 Morgan Plus Four – “War of Roses” (On Loan from Wayne Carini)
  • 1963 Buick Riviera “Villa Riviera” – “For Those Who Think Young” (On Loan from Piston Palace Collection, Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery B. Goldstein)
  • 1964 Leslie Special – “The Great Race” (On Loan from Stahls Auto Collection of Chesterfield, MI)
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T– “Vanishing Point” (On Loan from The Stephens Performance Collection, Anderson, AL)
  • 1984 Ford LTD Country Squire Family Truckster – “Vacation” (On Loan from Steve and Lisa Griswold of Canton, GA)

The exhibit will be open April 2 – August 4, 2024.

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 Fuel, and Indy Car Series.


Janet Guthrie’s 1978 Wildcat Texaco Star (Courtesy of the Indianapoli s Motor Speedway Museum)
Erin Crocker’s 2002 Maxim Sprint Car (On loan from Ray Evernham Enterprises)
Danica Patrick’s 2005 Panoz G-Force (Courtesy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum)
Sarah Montgomery’s 2016 ND1 Mazda Global MX-5 Cup Car (On loan from Mazda North America, Motorsports)
Kristen Lingenfelter’s 2023 Corvette Z06/Z07 (On loan from Ken and Kristen Lingenfelter, Brighton, MI)
Shirley Muldowney’s Last Pass Dragster (On loan from the Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing)
Emily Arenas’ Legend Car (On loan from U. S. Legend Cars International, Harrisburg, NC)
Erica Enders’ Jr. Drag Car (On loan from Enders Family Racing Team NHRA Jr.)

On exhibit March 5, 2024 through July 7, 2024.

Savoy Collection, Savoy Automobile Museum

Savoy Automobile Museum invites you to the Savoy Collection gallery to tour some of the vehicles from the permanent collection.

Now on Display

  • 1930 Ramblin’ Wreck Ford Model A Replica
  • 1932 Buick Model 67
  • 1939 Lincoln Zephyr
  • 1934 Chrysler Airflow Series CU
  • 1953 Corvette
  • 1955 Dodge Royal Lancer
  • 1956 Continental Mark II
  • 1957 Buick Roadmaster Series 75
  • 1965 Ford Mustang
  • 1966 Studebaker President Classic
  • 1968 Ford Shelby Cobra GT-500
  • 1987 Raltzen Berger F3 RT31
  • 1996 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn

In addition to the vehicles on display, Savoy Automotive Museum proudly houses a remarkable collection of 30 specially curated original works of art. These beautiful pieces can be found adorning our galleries and enhancing the ambiance of our delightful Cafe. As you explore the museum, be sure to pause and appreciate the intricate details and craftsmanship of the vehicles, while also immersing yourself in the artistic creations that surround you. Stepping into the museum, you will be greeted by a diverse range of artwork, carefully selected to provide a unique blend of styles, themes, and techniques. The collection showcases the intersection of art and automotive culture.

Whether you are an automobile enthusiast, an art lover, or simply seeking a one-of-a-kind cultural experience, the Savoy Automotive Museum offers a captivating blend of automotive history and artistic expression. Visit us today and embark on a journey that celebrates the beauty of both automotive engineering and the visual arts.

Now on Display – Here is a sampling of the art.