“on U.S. Route 66”
Afton Station Packard Museum, a privately owned automotive museum on U.S. Route 66 in Afton, Oklahoma,is situated in a restored 1930s Eagle D-X filling station. It houses a showroom, 18 Packards & other vintage automobiles plus a collection of Route 66 memorabilia, including items from the now-demolished Buffalo Ranch Trading Post. A restored set of historic D-X fuel pumps stands in the old station's forecourt and the red and white on blue "Approved Packard Service" dealership logo is proudly displayed atop a signpost. As a Route 66 information stop for travelers, who come from as far afield as Europe, Australia, and Asia, the station/welcome center distributes maps, guidebooks and memorabilia as well as word-of-mouth information about The Mother Road.
This facility was permanently closed after the death of the owner in 2018. All cars and memorabilia were sold.
Closed for winter.
$ 5 admission but it's not worth more. It was a super tiny museum and not much to see.
Well done. Long parking on either side of the street for big rigs is nice for those of us who are towing. The museum is open 7 days a week in the summer, call in off season to make sure it is open. Run by volunteers who are friendly and knowledgeable gives you good Rte 66 info as well as local info. GREAT cars and well presented.
Excellent find! Personal collection run by the owners with lots of historical information. Rare sight of a Packard Hawk, beautifully restored!
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Afton Station Packard Museum
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