A Closer Look: Aero Cars


Aero Cars on Display at Lane Motor Museum

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…)

This Week in Motoring: Feb. 1-9

sirbw27Check out some of the highlights of motoring history for the week of Feb. 1-9! Photo gallery follows at the end of the post

February 1
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…)

Jeff Lane Interviewed by Solid Gospel 104.9- Audio Files Included

solid-gospel-2Last 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.


Everybody Pays Kid’s Price of $2 Sunday, Feb. 7

Everybody Pays Kids Price of $2 Sunday February 7

Everybody Pays Kid's Price of $2 Sunday February 7

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!

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