Elliott Museum ‘s unique automated storage system enables visitors to view vehicles close up

 

Here’s a look at the three-story vehicle storage rack showing mostly Ford Model A cars and Ford Model AA trucks, all kept scrupulously clean and dust-free.(Source: Journal.Classic.Cars.com)

 

From The Journal.ClassicCars.com: If you’d like to spend a day looking over cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and things Americana, like baseball, model trains and kites, we have a suggestion for you: Elliott Museum in Stuart.

The modern museum building, only a few hundred yards from the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern tip of Hutchinson Island, is named for inventor and entrepreneur Sterling Elliott, who made his name with bicycles and held 125 patents. 

The museum has a feature that no other museum in the world features:  One entire side of the building is taken up by a three-story automated conveyor system that houses more than 50 vehicles.  

For the complete article: https://journal.classiccars.com/2018/07/07/variety-reigns-at-the-elliott-museum/

 

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