Tag: Long Island Automotive Museum


  • Dec 30 2011

    Archives: Long Island Automotive Museum

    Links to related posts on the Long Island Automotive Museum on VanderbiltCupRaces.com (Updated: December 31, 2011):

  • Oct 31 2011

    Archives: Films & Videos- Long Island Automotive Museum

    Links to posts related to films and videos related to the Long Island Automotive Museum (Updated: August 4, 2011):

  • Aug 06 2011

    Then & Now: Long Island Automotive Museum

    Although the Long Island Automotive Museum in Southampton closed and abandoned over 30 years ago, most of the museum's buildings are still standing. Here is a "Then & Now" with recent "Now" photos and many "Then" images from the collection of Walter McCarthy:

  • Nov 19 2010

    Classic Memories of The Long Island Automotive Museum II The 1963 & 1980 Auctions

    The quarterly publication of the Metro Region of the Classic Car Club of America Metropolitan Skyline published three articles in 2010 on Henry Austin Clark, Jr. and the Long Island Automotive Museum. In the third article, editor Grace Gluck described the 1963 and 1980 auctions at the Long Island Automotive Museum documented with

  • Nov 18 2010

    Classic Memories of The Long Island Automotive Museum Part I

    The quarterly publication of the Metro Region of the Classic Car Club of America Metropolitan Skyline published three articles in 2010 on Henry Austin Clark, Jr. and the Long Island Automotive Museum. PDFs of the first two articles are provided below with permission from Skyline's editor Grace Gluck.

  • Jul 27 2010

    Inside the Long Island Automotive Museum

    Tom commented: "Does anyone actually have any interior shots of the L.I. Auto museum? I have never had the chance to visit when it was open and I have not ever seen any interior shots. Perhaps no inside photos were allowed. But would be interesting to see if some

  • Sep 28 2009

    More on the Long Island Automotive Museum

    Last Friday's post on the Long Island Automotive Museum generated many memories and more questions. Here are some answers and additional photos:

  • Sep 25 2009

    Film “The Long Island Automotive Museum”

    The place to go to view vintage automobiles, race cars and trucks in the New York area soon after World War II was Austin Clark's Long Island Automotive Museum in Southampton. This amazing 5-minute film documents the opening of the museum on August 27, 1948 and a typical day at the museum

  • May 30 2008

    What was the Long Island Automotive Museum?

    The Long Island Automotive Museum was founded by the prominent automobile collector and writer Henry Austin Clark Jr. in 1948 in Southampton on Long Island. The museum featured many unique cars including the Thomas Flyer car that won the 1908 Paris-New York Race.



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