When founded in 1925, Aero mainly produced airplanes. After a decline in sales, they began producing cars from 1928-1947; introducing their first car, the Aero 10, in 1929. The Type 10 was a low-priced car that the factory workers could build yet also drive themselves. (more…)
Check out some of the highlights of motoring history for the week of Feb. 1-9! Photo gallery follows at the end of the post
Bobby Rahal, Brian Redman, and Bob Garretson drive a Porsche 935 K3 to victory in the 1981 24 Hours of Daytona – the first IMSA GTP race. (image Rahal Redman…)
Last week we had a great opportunity to tell more Nashvillians about Lane Motor Museum when Jeff Lane, museum Director, was interviewed on Solid Gospel 104.5.
For one day only, this Sunday, February 7th from 10am-5pm, Lane Motor Museum will allow kids of all ages to view its collection of rare and unusual vehicles at the regular Kid’s Price of only $2 per person. Kids age 5 and under will remain free! Don’t miss this great chance to see the museum for the kid’s admission price of $2- no matter what your age!