Tupelo, Mississippi: Cars of Elvis and Liberace (Closed)

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Tupelo Automobile Museum

Directions:
Tupelo Automobile Museum. US Hwy 45 to E. Main St. exit, west to E. Franklin St., then north one block to the museum on the right.
Hours:
Museum closed forever March 31, 2019.
Status:
Closed

Tupelo Automobile Museum.

Cars of Elvis and Liberace
And one hundred other not-so-famous cars. A big building; lots of exhibit space. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [01/06/2013]

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Tupelo Automobile Museum

About 200 antique cars, oldest one is 1886, all arranged in chronological order. Museum is about to close from lack of visitors. Hurry!

[Marty, 03/19/2019]

The museum is expected to close in early April 2019 before auctioning off its collection, which includes a Tucker Torpedo and cars that belonged to Elvis and Liberace.

Tupelo Automobile Museum.

Tupelo Automobile Museum

This auto museum is extraordinary, over 100 cars in chronological order, all in immaculate condition. They are all parked on an angle so its easy to take side and front photographs. Any car enthusiast (or not) would enjoy this museum.

[Carolyn Earle, 04/26/2015]
Tupelo Automobile Museum - Elvis and Liberace cars

Over 100 vehicles on display, arranged in chronological order, as to depict the progression of the automotive industry over the decades! We are a non-profit educational foundation.

[Janice Collins, 08/01/2004]

Includes a Lincoln Mark IV once owned by Elvis Presley, Liberace's 1982 Barister Corvette, and a 1994 Dodge Viper sports car that was never driven.

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