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Amazing Auto History in Asheville

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This summer I took a short trip to Asheville, NC and while there got a peek at the impressive Grove Park Inn.

After touring some craft shops with beautiful furniture, paintings, and sculptures, we went to the Antique Car Museum behind the Inn. It is housed in a former weaving shop belonging to Biltmore Industries. I’m sure the large windows were essential to the 40 workers making bolts of homespun fabric. Now the long building displays horse drawn carriages, a 1921 fire engine, and vintage autos.IMG_6276

My favorite is this beautiful 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham of which only 400 were produced.

Here’s the displayed information if you want to know more about this magnificent vehicle.IMG_6272

I can’t resist adding a picture of a cute restaurant that looks like it jumped off the pages of a fairy tale.IMG_6278

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8 Comments

  1. 925brands says:

    Keep sharingx, stay motivated…

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  2. Thanks for sharing!🌟🌟🌟

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  3. Wendy says:

    How Charming. Asheville is a very cool little burg. Love the Cadillac. 57 was the year for American Autos!

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  4. Steve (AKA Esteban) says:

    1957 Cadillac! Beautiful memories!

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  5. carhicks says:

    I love the colour of that Cadillac, What a beautiful car. That little restaurant is adorable. Did you eat there?

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  6. Cozynookbks says:

    I love Asheville!! We went for a week last month. That’s where I was vacationing. I didn’t know about that car museum. We might have to check that out next time. The Cadillac looks so clean and impressive. Loved the pictures. Thanks for sharing. 😊

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