Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey




Welcome to the Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ !

The Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey will be closed from Sept. 7 thru Sept. 15 to change the car display.

The new display will be called “The Corvair Review”. The Chevrolet Corvair was first introduced in 1960 and was discontinued in 1969. So it is rare today to see one of these icons driving down the street. Corvairs will be on display starting September 16, courtesy of the NJ Society of Corvair Enthusiasts, who have graciously offered to display their cars.

If you are visiting the Jersey Shore, remember to include the Vintage Automobile Museum on your itinerary. At the same time, you can visit the New Jersey Museum of Boating, which is right next door to us. Both museums are free admission.

And, remember, we welcome group tours on any day and any time. (Please call me to schedule a tour.)

Want to know what has been going on in the Museum since 2000, the year we incorporated?

Scroll down to see the short Power-Point video from 2010 that describes our activities and anticipation for the day when we would open the doors to a “brick & mortar” Museum building. And below that, see the video of the Grand Opening of the Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ on September 15, 2012.

Ann Stabile, President. 732-255-4879

show cars
“My Other Car” display thru Aug 31.
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Experienced antique car collectors are present to explain the historical significance of these remarkable automobiles. There is no charge for admission so bring family & friends. For more info, contact us at: 732-899-0012

Our location: 1800 Bay Ave. Building #13 Point Pleasant, NJ. Our Museum building is attached to the NJ Museum of Boating. (AKA: Johnson Brothers Boat Works.)

Current hours: Sunday ~12 pm to 4pm Closed Monday & Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ~ 12 pm to 4 pm
Saturday ~ 10 am to 4 pm


We had a Winner!
Ticket # 03169 was drawn on December 21, 2014, at the Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ. The 2014 winner of the 1965 Mustang raffle car is Carl Gansert from Cape May Court House, New Jersey.

        
Travelling Museum


Since we were incorporated as a 501(C)3 in 2000, we actively operated as a Museum-On-Wheels. The video below from 2010 describes our activities and anticipation for the day when we would open the doors to a “brick & mortar” Museum building.

And here is a video of the Grand Opening of the Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ on September 15, 2012. You can see everyone’s excitement as New Jersey’s only public automotive museum celebrates the success of many years of loving work to make it happen. Oh, and we still continue to have all our travelling programs and activities. (move mouse over box below and hit play)



Point Pleasant, Ocean County, NJ


Ribbon cutting ceremony

A lthough there are museums and attractions throughout the state that contain antique cars, there is not one true public antique automobile museum in all of New Jersey. All museums are a necessity, for they play a vital role in the nation's educational system. They add a more tangible dimension to what can be learned from sitting in a classroom, or from watching TV. Our goals are to not only bring antique cars to a central viewing place, but to also preserve history, share that history, and take pride in a history that truly encouraged and shaped growth in New Jersey and this country.

P lans for the museum include programs to enrich the lives of students of all grade levels. The automobile is an extraordinarily rich object, embracing science, mathematics, history, foreign languages, aesthetics, and civil and social issues. Students, scouts, community groups, and special audiences will benefit from our programs. Hands on exhibits will be developed for all age groups.

F or the adult population we will have lecture series, such as the history of the automobile, car collecting, racing, and the impact of the automobile in New Jersey, the country, and our society.  We will also sponsor workshops that will provide fundamental knowledge about the parts of a car, how it works, and basic maintenance techniques.

The Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey was granted 501 ©3 status in 2002 as a non profit organization and will be run as an educational and community minded entity. We are not simply planning to build an old car parking lot. Our goal is to put together a total program preserving our automotive heritage and its impact in New Jersey, the country, and on our society.

Tax deductible donations to the Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey are now being accepted. For more information, please call or write the phone and address below.


Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey

P.O. Box 606

Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742

phone:    (732) 899-0012   or   (609) 971-8020

David DiEugenio - Executive Director
Stevan J. Zboyan - Museum Curator
Ann Stabile - President
Gary Stabile - Vice President
David DiEugenio - VP Treasurer
John Mahoney - Secretary

The Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ is a non-profit organization operating under the 501 ©3 Internal Revenue Code.

Please visit our associated web site: the Vintage Auto Club of New Jersey

We are happy to identify several area Car Clubs who support the Museum.


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