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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!


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75 Years of Porsche
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Like art, appreciation for automobiles can be subjective based on personal preference toward the aesthetic, design, condition, functionality, or even social acceptance. The Southeast is exceptionally diverse when it comes to the car culture community – from prestigious private collections to Fortune 500 headquarters; NASCAR country and the boom of Hollywood in the South; the industry of manufacturing and the logistical infrastructure of ports, trains, and interstates – the car culture community is not just surviving, it is thriving. The first installment of this exclusive exhibition series showcases great examples of original and restored automobiles owned by those who call Bartow County and the surrounding region home.

Now on Display
1947 Dodge Power Wagon WDX 1 Ton Custom (Savoy Collection)
1954 Chevrolet Corvette (On loan from Mark Wiley, Atlanta, GA)
1956 Willys Pickup (On loan from Sam Franklin’s Home Furniture Center, Cartersville, GA)
1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible (On loan from Michael & Vickie Patania, Calhoun, GA)
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible (On loan from Steve Biddy, Acworth, GA)
1968 Bizzarrini 5300GT Strada (On loan from Ron Green, Sandy Springs, GA)
1969 Chevrolet Custom 10 Pickup (On loan from Jerry Jackson, Cartersville, GA)
1969 Plymouth Barracuda Notchback M-Code (On loan from Gary Hoover, Canton, GA)
1970 Chevrolet Z28 Camaro (On loan from WW Ranch, Cartersville, GA)
1973 Ford Bronco Ranger (On loan from Rick Murphy, Cumming, GA)
1974 Pontiac Trans AM (On loan from Dennis Graham, Cartersville, GA)
1978 Pontiac Trans AM (On loan from Connie & Cecil Mann, Cartersville, GA)
2020 Ford GT (On loan from Mark Thompson, Cartersville, GA)

On Exhibit from February 1, 2023 through June 4, 2023.

75 Years of Porsche

In 1948, Porsche launched the first model of the legendary brand. This exhibition celebrates 75 years, showcasing some of the significant and iconic models produced by Porsche.

Now on Display

1955 Porsche 356 Continental (On loan from the Ingram Collection, Durham, NC)
1955 Porsche 550 Spyder (On loan from the Ingram Collection, Durham, NC)
1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Convertible (On loan from Don & Diane Meluzio, York, PA)
1959 Porsche 356A Convertible D (On loan from the private collection of Ron Ritz, Howell, MI)
1963 Porsche 901 Prototype, Coupe (On loan from Don & Diane Meluzio, York, PA)
1965 Porsche 356C Carrera 2 GS/GT 2000 (On loan from William I. Lightfoot, Vienna, VA)**
1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS (On loan from Steven Harris, New York, NY)
1976 Porsche 911S (On loan from Richard Myers, Moorestown, NJ)
­­­1986 Porsche 928 (Savoy Collection)
1987 Porsche 959 (On loan from the Mauzy Family & 1thirtyone Motorcars, Fort Worth, TX)
1988 Porsche 930 Turbo Cabriolet (On loan from the Vogt Family, Cumming, GA)
1992 Porsche 964 911 Carrera RS N/GT (On loan from Steven Harris, New York, NY)
2004 Porsche Carrera GT (On loan from Amine Collection)
2007 Porsche 997.1 GT3 RS (On loan from Steven Harris, New York, NY)

75 Years of Porsche is guest curated by Ken Gross and supported in part by Charles Schwab Kennesaw/The Pefferly Family.

Charles Schwab Pefferly Family

** The 1965 Porsche 356C Carrera 2 GS/GT 2000 will leave the museum on June 19.

On exhibit from April 4, 2023 through July 30, 2023.

What’s all of the buzz about you might ask? Savoy is proud to present our newest upcoming exhibit: Georgia Tech Student Competition Center Engineering Vehicles. The Student Competition Center at Georgia Tech is home to seven student engineering competition teams: GT Motorsports, GT Off Road, GT Solar Racing, EcoCAR, HyTech Racing, RoboJackets, and Wreck Racing. This exhibit looks at select student-built automobiles from previous competitions.

Now on display:

  • 2001 Chevrolet S10 Xtreme (On loan from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)
  • 2012 Solar Racing – SJ-1 (On loan from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)
  • 2022 FSAE – GTMS 70 (On loan from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)
  • 2022 HyTech Racing FSAE EV – HT06 (On loan from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)
  • 2022 Off-Road – OR-7 Resilience (On loan from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)

In addition, the 1930 Ramblin’ Wreck Ford Model A Replica (Savoy Collection) will be featured in the exhibit.

On display from May 2, 2023 through August 27, 2023.

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While serving during WWII, millions of American troops became enamored with British automobiles. Following the War, it became a necessity for Great Britain to restore its economy, and one way to do so was through exportation. In 1946, the British Government released an animated video via the British Pathé news titled “Export Or Die”, proclaiming, “…we must sell the things we like, to buy the things we need.” The message was received and by 1950, over half-a-million British cars were produced annually with nearly 400,000 being shipped directly to America. This exhibition features some of the finest examples of British sports cars of the postwar period to invade the American automobile market.

1949 XK120 Roadster Alloy (On loan from Patrick Hergenroeder, Richfield, OH)
1950 Allard J2 Roadster (On loan from Wayne Carini, Portland, CT)
1950 Alvis TB14 (On loan from Natalie and Scott Bluestein, Sullivan’s Island, SC)
1952 Arnolt MG Coupe (On loan from Stan and Susan Cryz, Brooks, GA)
1953 MG TD (Savoy Collection)
1954 Arnolt Bristol Bolide (On loan from Stan and Susan Cyrz, Brooks, GA)**
1956 Austin Healey 100M (On loan from Peter and Pat Davis, Jonesborough, TN)
1956 MGA Roadster (Savoy Collection)
1962 Lotus Elite (On loan from Ron and Harriott Mitchell, Knoxville, TN)
1963 Jaguar E-Type FHC (On loan from Janice and Jerry Wise, Tallahassee, FL)
1964 AC ACE-Bristol (On loan from Henry & Rachelle “Rocky” Grady, Stuart, FL)

**Leaving exhibit in early June.

On Exhibit from February 28 through July 9,2023.

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Savoy Automobile Museum invites you to the Savoy Collection gallery to tour some of the vehicles from the permanent collection. Since its inception, Savoy has received gifted automobiles to be part of the museum’s permanent collection. Preview some of the most iconic vehicles that have been added to the museum’s permanent collection.

Now on Display

1932 Buick Model 67
1956 Continental Mark II
1934 Chrysler Airflow Series CU

1937 Cord Model 812 Beverly Sedan
1941 Packard Super 8, One-Eighty
1948 Chrysler Town & Country Sedan Woodie

1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan
1948 Studebaker Commander
1953 Nash-Healey Roadster*
1954 Kaiser Darrin, Series 161 Roadster
1957 Chevrolet Corvette
1959 AMC Metropolitan
1959 Edsel Corsair Convertible

1963 Studebaker Avanti
1981 Delorean

*The Nash-Healey Roadster will be on display elsewhere from Monday, June 5, 2023 to Sunday, June 11, 2023.