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“Take A Tour Back In Time”
We've spent more than 25 years accumulating history otherwise discarded or sold for scrap metal. Mack, International, Autocar, White, Federal, Nash and even Linn are a few of the names you'll find on the vehicles found here. The Motor Transport Museum was opened to public on September 22, 1986. The primary objective of the Motor Transport Museum is to educate the public by creating a positive awareness and appreciation for old trucks and the development of the motor transport industry. The Museum provides a place for preservation, restoration and display of antique trucks and related equipment, photos, literature, memorabilia, artifacts and other pertinent information relating to trucks and the trucking industry. We supply the public with recent and historical knowledge, information and materials pertaining to the automotive pioneers, who have made a significant contribution towards the origin, development and progress of the Motor Transport Industry.
My girlfriend and I are both public school teachers, and we were looking for a fun day trip out of San Diego. We were so very fortunate to find the Motor Transport Museum. The place is located in... Read more
This is a amazing Auto museum in Campo California. Lots of vehicles. I would recommend taking the family and kids to this . I grew up as a kid here . Took my parents back and it was a wonderful... Read more
what Merrily C. said. Brilliant, free and super interesting. What can go wrong? Very friendly and a great place to explore. Give them a donation because they are all volunteers and these places... Read more
Motor Transport Museum
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