Roadster paradise
There is a huge selection of European cars on display. The museum boasts one of the largest collections in the country. While they're shiny and looking showroom new, many of them have been restored and need(ed) some TLC.
Though I didn't get to take any for a spin myself, it was pretty cool to sit in some of them and see how little leg room there is -- or on the flip side, just how big some of the interiors are. Perhaps the staff got a little annoyed at how often I honked some of the horns but you've gotta go for the full experience while you're here.
The irony struck me immediately. A guy named Lane having a motor museum. And that's the case for Jeff Lane who started this local exhibition. It feels like part car dealership and part parking garage. If you think you're coming here to see old cars, you're partially right. If you want to see weird contraptions and vehicles that make you do a double-take, you've come to the right place. I found myself wondering how people could travel in some of the vehicles but I was assured that they do operate and some of them even take to the streets of Nashville from time to time.
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This structure is incredible. The tower of vehicles had everyone wondering if the floor could support all the weight. Sure enough, it can. This weighs in at nearly 28,000 lb.