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Springfield's only classic car attraction on route 66

Our collection spans nearly 100 years of classic, one-of-a-kind vehicles. From 1907 to 2005, chances are good you won’t see any of these models on the road any time soon. 

Ranging from compact roadsters to sprawling station wagons, take a walk through automotive history and a slice of Americana at Route 66 Car Museum in Springfield, Missouri.

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The Museum is a privately-owned car collection featuring over 100 classic cars.

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We welcome tour buses! Contact us today to schedule your tour to see car nostalgia!

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We welcome everyone to the museum – big groups, small groups and individuals. 

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There’s so much to see here at Route 66 Car Museum. Contact us today to plan your trip. 

Brass to Pre-war eras, 1907 to 1939

They don’t make ‘em like they used to. See three of the earliest cars from before World War I, and then work your way through the gorgeous models of the Roaring ‘20s.

1907 REO
Runabout

1927 Kissel Brougham

1927 Kissel Brougham

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1936 Horsch

1936 Horsch

1907 REO
Runabout

1927 Kissel Brougham

1927 kissel brougham

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1936 Horsch

1936 Horsch

Brass & Pre-war eras

1907 to 1939

They don’t make ‘em like they used to. See three of the earliest cars from before World War I, and then work your way through the gorgeous models of the Roaring ‘20s.

1907 REO
Runabout

1927 Kissel Brougham

1927 Kissel Brougham

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1932 Ford M-1 Bomber

1936 Horsch

1936 Horsch

post-war era, 1940-1969

Post-War models oozed toughness, style, and a feel for the open road. These are the cars that traversed Route 66 regularly through the 1960s.

1947 Diamond T

1948 Hudson Commodore

1948 Hudson Commodore

1957 Jaguar XK120 Coupe

1957 jaguar xk140 coupe

1963 Morgan Pius 4

1963 Morgan pius 4

1967 Austin Healey 3000

1967 Austin Healey 3000

1947 Diamond T

1948 Hudson Commodore

1948 Hudson Commodore four-door sedan

1957 Jaguar XK120 Coupe

1957 jaguar xk140 coupe

1963 Morgan Pius 4

1963 morgan pius 4

1967 Austin Healey 3000

1967 Austin healey 3000

1947 Diamond T

1948 Hudson Commodore

1948 Hudson Commodore

1957 Jaguar XK120 Coupe

1957 Jaguar XK140 Coupe

1963 Morgan Pius 4

1963 Morgan Pius 4

1967 Austin Healey 3000

1967 Austin Healey 3000

Post-War era

1940 to 1969

Post-War models oozed toughness, style, and a feel for the open road. These are the cars that traversed Route 66 regularly through the 1960s.

Modern era, 1970-present

Cars of the Modern Era were still tanks, until the mid-1980s. But some automakers turned classic curves of the 1950s and ‘60s into sleek racers made famous by TV, movies, and a cartoon about giant, transforming robots called The Transformers.

1970 Chevy Camaro Prostreet

1981 Rolls Royce Corniche

1981 Rolls Royce Corniche

1979 Gotham Cruiser

1979 gotham cruiser

1991 Ghostbusters Cadillac Wagon

1991 Ghostbusters cadillac wagon

1970 chevy camaro prostreet

1981 Rolls Royce Corniche

1981 rolls royce corniche

1979 Gotham Cruiser

1979 gotham cruiser

1991 Ghostbusters Cadillac Wagon

1991 Ghostbusters cadillac wagon

Modern era

1970 to Present

Cars of the Modern Era were still tanks, until the mid-1980s. But some automakers turned classic curves of the 1950s and ‘60s into sleek racers made famous by TV, movies, and a cartoon about giant, transforming robots called The Transformers.

1970 Chevy Camaro Prostreet

1981 Rolls Royce Corniche

1981 Rolls Royce Corniche

1979 Gotham Cruiser

1979 Gotham Cruiser

1991 Ghostbusters Cadillac Wagon

1991 Ghostbusters Cadillac Wagon

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From around the block or around the world, everyone is welcome at Route 66 Car Museum. We’re open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (417) 861-8004 or contact us today!