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Dick's Classic Garage, San Marcos

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Dick's Classic Garage was an automobile museum in San Marcos, Texas. It was founded in 2009 by Dick Burdick, a Texas businessman and car collector, who also operated the now defunct Central Texas Museum of Automotive History in Rosanky, Texas. Dick's Classic Garage was inaugurated in 2009. It closed to the public on December 31, 2018.

The museum showcases American vehicles and memorabilia from the 1930s though the 1950s and displays a 1948 Tucker Sedan (chassis number 1050; this is the lowest mileage Tucker with 0.4 miles on the odometer). The museum also includes a restoration area.
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  • We visited Dick’s Classic garage and loved looking at the old cars. I was brought back to times from my childhood and got a look at cars from the days of my parents and grandparents! After the...  more »
  • Really cool collection of old autos. Some are truly rare, I think. Including the original BatMobile! I will miss this museum. the owner passed away and the caretaker has moved on. The cars are...  more »
  • I've passed by this garage hundreds of times and never thought it would be worth going in even though I love classic cars. We recently had our high school reunion there and it was AMAZING! There is a wonderful ball room space for events and the museum is actually quite large. There are at least 30 cars to look at. My favorite was an old 1920's car from India with wicker and wood. They also have great signs and other memorabilia to purchase. It really is worth it to go!
  • A really great collection of vintage and classic automobiles. The museum is beautifully laid out. They've displayed some great artwork. Lots of vintage oil and gas company signs, several car related advertisements and other period pieces. It's like taking a stroll through automotive history. So sorry to hear of its closing.
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