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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!


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!


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 Foose Collection)
1948 Ford Deluxe Custom (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
1956 Ford Club Sedan (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
1956 Ford F-100 Pickup Custom (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
1967 Chevrolet C-100 Truck (C28) (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
1968 330 Ferrari GTC (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
2023 Meyers Manx “356” (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)
Hemisfear (On loan from Chip Foose Collection)

On display from February 6 – June 2, 2024.

This exhibit is sponsored in part by Honest Charley Speed Shop, Chattanooga, TN.

Wooden Wonders – A unique display of woodie wagons with vintage wooden boats in tow.

1948 Chrysler Town & Country Sedan “Woodie” (Savoy Automobile Museum)
1946 Mercury Station Wagon “Woodie” (Savoy Automobile Museum)

“Hotsy Totsy” – 1926 Purdy Race Boat 2 Gold Cup Winner, Replica (On loan from Larry Turcotte, Chester Town, NY)
“Thomas” – 1936 Gar Wood® Speedster Reproduction (On loan from Joseph Mc Bride, Utica, NY)
“Nana” – 1948 19’ Chris-Craft Racing Runabout (On loan from Chuck’s Hampshire Classics, LLC)

On display from January 9May 5, 2024.

Art Deco became a worldwide movement focused on the future, modernizing industrial innovations by embracing a style of elegance and sophistication. It impacted nearly every visual medium. The Art Deco period occurred mainly between the two world wars. The fluidity and grace of Art Deco design complimented the aerodynamic structure of automobiles, typically resulting in two-door coupes and roadsters with sweeping fender lines, long, exaggerated hoods, intricate chrome detailing, prominent headlights, and tapered trunks that reflect the glamour and luxury of this iconic movement. This exhibit showcases 1930’s European Art Deco vehicles.


1934 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante Coupe (On loan from Stahls Auto Collection, Chesterfield, MI)
1935 Swallow Coachbuilding Company
(On loan from Eduardo Zavala and Michelle Harris, St. Petersburg, FL)
1935 Amilcar Pegase G36 Grand Sport Roadster/Racer (On loan from Stahls Auto Collection, Chesterfield, MI)
1937 BMW 328 Roadster (On loan from Lance & Diane White, Cincinnati, OH)
1937 Mercedes-Benz 170H 2-door Cabriolet (On loan from Tampa Bay Automobile Museum)
1938 Panhard Dynamic Sedan (On loan from Tampa Bay Automobile Museum)
1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Sport Cabriolet (On loan from Alan Rosenblum, Utica, NY)
1939 Delahaye 135 Convertible (On loan from Stahls Auto Collection, Chesterfield, MI)
1939 Delage D8-120 Deltasport Three Position Cabriolet (On loan from Paul Gould)
1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 “Sport Berlinetta” (On loan from the Audrain Collections, Newport, RI)

On display from December 5, 2023 through March 31, 2024.

Wayne Kady began his career as an automobile designer in 1961 and spent 38 years designing for Cadillac and Buick before retiring in 1999. This exhibit showcases the renderings, artwork, and cars of GM Designer Wayne Kady.

All artwork and drawings on loan from Wayne Kady.

1967 Cadillac Eldorado (On loan from Wayne Kady)
1972 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado
(On loan from Wayne Kady)
1984 Cadillac Seville (On loan from Wayne Kady)
1966 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible (On loan from Fred & Nancy Meinberg, Royal Oak, MI)
1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon (On loan from General Motors Heritage Collection)

On Exhibit from November 7, 2023 through March 3, 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

  • 1932 Buick Model 67
  • 1934 Chrysler Airflow Series CU
  • 1951 Crosley Super Station Wagon
  • 1939 LaSalle Series 39 – 50
  • 1939 Lincoln Zephyr
  • 1940 Hudson Country Club 8
  • 1941 Packard 120 Woodie Wagon Deluxe
  • 1953 Kaiser-Frazier Henry J
  • 1955 Willys Bermuda
  • 1956 Continental Mark II
  • 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk
  • 1966 Studebaker President Classic

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.