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High Performance Machines

High performance dragsters and race cars that are just as famous as their drivers.

Welcome to our museum exhibit featuring some of the most iconic and legendary race cars in American history. From the sleek and powerful Bud Light Jaguar driven by Mario Andretti to the lightning-fast Hawaiian Punch machine of Roland Leong and the record-breaking dragster of Joe Amato, this exhibit offers visitors a thrilling and unforgettable look at the world of high-speed racing.

The centerpiece of the exhibit is the Bud Light Jaguar, which Andretti drove to victory in the 1988 Indianapolis 500. This sleek and elegant machine showcases the perfect balance of speed, power, and precision that has made Andretti one of the most celebrated drivers in racing history. Visitors can explore the intricate details of this incredible machine up close and learn about the cutting-edge technology and engineering that helped Andretti achieve this historic win.

In addition to the Bud Light Jaguar, the exhibit also features the Hawaiian Punch car, which Leong drove to numerous victories in the 1970s and 1980s. This colorful and eye-catching machine captures the energy and excitement of the drag racing scene in its heyday, and visitors can learn about the techniques and strategies that made Leong such a dominant force in the sport.

Finally, the exhibit includes Joe Amato's record-breaking dragster, which set a new world speed record in 1991 with a blistering run of 300 miles per hour. This powerful and awe-inspiring machine showcases the raw power and adrenaline-fueled excitement that defines the world of drag racing, and visitors can experience the thrill of this incredible feat firsthand.

Overall, our race car exhibit is a must-see attraction for anyone interested in the history and culture of American racing. Whether you are a die-hard fan of the sport or simply someone who appreciates the thrill of high-speed competition, this exhibit is sure to engage and inspire you.

Exhibit Gallery

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Hear the Stories of our Artifacts

as told by Wayne, the Museum owner

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