Thursday was supposed to be “ride a bicycle around some of the Carriage Road” day, but it rained pretty much all day, so that idea got put on hold (or probably actually cancelled for 2010). The afternoon saw us heading off to see the Seal Cove Auto Museum – “The Brass with the Class”.

We had been before in 2008 (I think it was), just as they were getting ready to sell a sizable portion of the collection in order to be able to settle the estate of the founder of the museum who had died.

While there we took the opportunity to become “Charter Members” of the museum.

Firestone Wheel

Firestone Wheel

White Wheel

White Wheel

Below is a photo gallery of the radiator emblems of some of the cars that are remaining.

  3 Responses to “Seal Cove Auto Emblems”

  1. Glad you spent a rainy day with us and took these terrific photos. See you in 2011

  2. Do you have any photos from your 2008 visit to Seal Cove?
    I am looking for photos of a blue 1959 VW Beetle in the museum prior to it being sold at the 2008 auction.

    Thanks!
    Doug Kennedy

  3. Doug, no I’ve just looked through the photos from 2008 and don’t see any of a blue VW Beetle there – but making me look through the photos did make me realise just how many cars are “missing” from the museum now – it used to be a lot more crowded!!!

    Roger

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