The Central Texas Museum of Automotive History is bar none the most awesome auto museum I’ve ever visited. It’s a hidden gem just north of Rosanky, TX on TX 304. I estimate it to have at least 130 cars of many vintages. It also has all sorts of automotive memorabilia.
Typical view down one of the rows:
All these cars are in superb condition.
Stanley Steamer engine:
1949 Diamond T Pickup:
Oldsmobile Delta 88:
Some goofy Euro-like battery powered car:
Rolls Royce limo:
After touring, I asked the guy at front about a Boy Scout plaque I had seen last time I was there (around 1995?). It turns out that the museum director, Dick Burdick, is an International Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America and has the Silver Beaver, Silver Antelope, and Silver Buffalo awards:
He is heading the committee planning the 2010 Jamboree.
The plaque I remembered was the 1989 Jamboree plaque, which is at top center:
It used to be in his front office.
Driving up on it, you would have no idea how magnificent the inside is:
I highly recommend this museum to anyone even slightly interested in automotive history.