The former Larz Andersen estate in Brookline, Massachusetts is the home of the Museum of Transportation. See www.mot.org. It is just a few miles from the center of Boston. Exhibits are changed frequently, so it is always interesting to go there.
Some of the Studebakers at the show.
Three Packards in front of the museum building
There were three Amphicars, A Messerschmitt, a Mini, and a Mini-moke. The Amphicars went out for a "swim" in a local pond. See www.amphicar.com for more info on these amphibians.
A 1932 Studebaker President All-Weather roadster owned by Bob Dalton.
Dennis Luuko's 1950 Champ convertible.
Wayne Mullin's bullet-nose convertible.
The museum's 1909 Stanley Steamer. This car is actually an exact replica of an original car. Stanleys are quiet and smooth.