Collings Foundation has some of the most important
pre-war American classic cars and historically significant
racecars in the world. All are housed at our Stow,
Ma facility in purpose built buildings of over 70,000
sq/ft to complement the aircraft collection.
note that due to the display arrangements, viewing
of the automobile collection as well as the Stow,
MA aircraft collection is limited to scheduled groups
of 50 persons or greater by prior permission only.
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Travis/Offy- Travis team car, sister car to the
1961 winner. Ran Indy 1961-1964.
Gurney Eagle/Turbo Offy- Leader card Spl. Team
car. Ran Indy 1972-1974
Porsche Indy- The factory race car that smashed
all the track records before being banned.
Penske PC-9/Cosworth DFX- Mario Andretti's Michigan
500 winner. Ran Indy
Qualified second with Mario Andretti. Also driven
to victory by Rick Mears at the Copa Mexico
125. This the only car in history that has race
wins with these two legendary drivers.
March/Buick- Rich Vogler's best Indy effort from
one of the most winning sprint and midget drivers
Lola/Ford XB- Michael Andretti's race winning
Sports Race Cars
Rilley & Scott MkIII/Ford winner of the 1997
Rolex 24 hours of Daytona
Nissan 300ZX- Factory team car winner of the 24
hours of Daytona, 12 hours of Sebring and the
Drivers and constructors championship
Porsche RS America- Rolex 24 and Sebring 12 hour
veteran, the first team car of Champion Porsche
Cars from the 1920's to WWII
Offy 270 ci.
Rutherford- winner of over 300 races!
Cars post WWII to the 1950's
Racers from the 1930's-1950's
Sowers- a rare Offy derivative
110 ci. supercharged by Maseratti
and farm vehicles
Peerless Steam Tractor
Walker Electric Truck
Diamond T Truck
Chevrolet Model C Cab-Truck
The End of an Era:
Carriages from the 1800's
Sleigh from the early 1900's
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