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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!

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

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.

The original BIGFOOT began as a 1974 Ford F-250 pickup that was modified by its owner, Bob Chandler, beginning in 1975. In 1979, Chandler replaced the under assembly of the truck with one from a military-surplus top loader featuring four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering that used 48-inch (120 cm) tires. This exhibit explores the evolution of the phenomenon that is BIGFOOT with BIGFOOT #1, BIGFOOT #8, and BIGFOOT #20.

Now on Display

BIGFOOT #1 “The Original Monster Truck” (On Loan from BIGFOOT 4×4, Inc.)
BIGFOOT #8 “First CAD-designed Monster Truck” (On Loan from BIGFOOT 4×4, Inc.)
BIGFOOT #20 “First and only electric Monster Truck” (On Loan from BIGFOOT 4×4, Inc.)
1987 Ford BIGFOOT Cruiser F-250 4×4, BIGFOOT Blue will be added on October 17, 2023

This exhibition will be on display October 3, 2023February 4, 2024.

A collaborative exhibit with Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, TN, showcasing the storied marque of Tatra – a Czech vehicle manufacturer founded in 1850.

Now on display:

  • 1938 Tatra T-97 (On loan from Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, TN)
  • 1947 Tatra T-87 Saloon (On loan from Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, TN)
  • 1950 Tatra T-600 Tatraplan (On loan from Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, TN)
  • 1958 Tatra T-603 Saloon (On loan from Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, TN)
  • 1978 Tatra T-613 (On loan from Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, TN)

On display from August 29, 2023 through January 7, 2024.

Bryan Fuller is a master builder, designer, TV personality, author, and owner of Fuller Moto. This retrospective exhibition showcases 20 years’ worth of Bryan’s unique custom car and motorcycle builds.

NOW ON DISPLAY

Texas T (On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Rodan 836 (On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Daisy Duke
(On Loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Kawasabi aka Hell on Wheels
(On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Formula Full
(On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Indian Sled
(On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Delivered
(On loan from Fuller Hot Rods, Tucker, GA)
Blown Express (On loan from Stephen Connor, Atlanta, GA)
The Impaler
(On loan from private collection)
Georgia Gold
(On loan from private collection)
Blue Ray
(On loan from William & Christi George of Morgan Hill, CA)
Thundertaker
(On loan from private collection)
Motus Monster
(On loan from John Bennett)
Road Warrior
(On loan from Mark Prosser, Rodney, MI)
Red Beards Green Machine
(On loan from private collection)
FMW N8 R7516
(On loan from Nate Johnson, Westchester, CA)
The Bavarian Knight
(On loan from John Yeosock, Santa Cruz, CA)
Misty Green
(On loan from Kyle Frey, Fredericksburg, TX)
Double Down
(On loan from Hugh Hawkins)
Ducati Pro-Street Tracker
(On loan from James C. McKinnon, NY, NY)
Black Flash
(On loan from private collection)
Scout 8K
(On loan from private collection)
Fueller (On loan from Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, Birmingham, AL)
ER Fuller (On loan from private collection)

On display from August 1, 2023 through December 3, 2023.

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
  • 1937 Cord Model 812 Beverly Sedan
  • 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
  • 1967 AMC Marlin

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.