Gearing up for 2013!!!

 As the 2013 Season fast approaches, the crew here at Wheels Through Time has been hard at work in the museum and in the restoration shop, staying up day and night to help improve the museum experience for our visitors and give it a new look. 

When you visit this year, you’ll hardly recognize the museum since your last trip.  We’ve made some great changes so far, including revamping the entire mezzanine of American Dirt Track Racers, huge improvements to the "Swim Shop" and "Chopper Graveyard".  The Home-made America Exhibit has a few new additions, and as alway, the boardtrack and hillclimb areas of the museum continue to improve, with some very special and rare machines making their WTT debut this season.

In the restoration shop, Dale and myself have been hard at it finishing up various projects for the coming months. Several rare Class C dirt-track racers from the 48s and 50s will be headed for display soon, and look for several other new suprises as the season gets underway.  

The museum has annonced a few preliminary openings for late-February and March, for those eager visitors who can’t wait to see whats new at the museum that runs.  Regular operating hours begin on March 28th.  Check out our "Admission and Hours" page to find out more….

See you then!!!!

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Since the museum has been closed for the season, much has happened at Wheels Through Time.  We’ve been working to create new exhibits, improve lighting and displays, and of course finish rebuilding various historic machines in the WTT restoration shop to display for the 2013 season. 

Its been a busy winter so far, and we’re looking forward to a great 2013!  Stay tuned for new information on upcoming openings in March — We’re looking forward to seeing you this spring!

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