Hey pallies, looks likes it's time for a Dino-field trip dudes...'specially for those Dino-holics in drivin' distance of the Arch City...St. Louis. Today's Dino-dispatch comes from the on-line pages of the Kirkwood-WebsterGrovesPatch and like shares the 'xcitin' news that one of our beloved Dino's classic cars is now on display for the next several months.
From the pen of Miss Sheri Gassaway comes the facts and figures 'bout a new exhibit tagged "Unique Motors" at the St. Louis Museum of Transportation in Kirkwood. Bein' featured is a great 1962 Ghia once owned by our great man. Said classic automobile is featured in an pix below...and notice that these guys have the finess to have included one of those life-size cut-outs of our Dino by the classic car.
Runnin' through October and with a minimal entrance fee...certainly each and every Dino-holic from at least the vast midwest oughta makes in their Dino-priority to pilgrimage to Kirkwood to relish the opportunity to view this Dino-treasure!
Thanks to Miss Gassaway for scribin' this little feature for the Kirkwood-WebsterGrovesPatch...lettin' all us Dino-followers in on this excitin' Dino-opportunity.
To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tagg of this Dino-prose. In our Dino, DMP
Unique Motors Exhibit Offers Peek at Famous Vehicles
The exhibit, which opened last night at the St. Louis Museum of Transportation, features cars, boats and bikes with distinguishing stories.
By Sheri Gassaway
In front of a backdrop of the Old Coral Court Motel, this is a 1962 Ghia originally owned by Dean Martin. This car and many others of distinguishing character can be seen at a new exhibit called Unique Motors at the St. Louis Museum of Transportation in Kirkwood. (Credit Photo Courtesy of John Hoffmann)
Unique Motors, a new exhibit at the St. Louis Museum of Transportation, offers car enthusiasts a trip back in time with a variety of cars, boats and bikes with distinguishing stories.
The exhibit, which runs through October, is at the museum's Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Center at 3015 Barrett Station Road in Kirkwood. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children, seniors and military.