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Welcome to the Official Cussler Museum Website!

The Cussler Museum is dedicated to the preservation of astounding rare and vintage automobiles from all over the world.

This extensive collection of over 100 significant automobiles, ranging in years from 1906 to 1965, was started by renowned best-selling author Clive Cussler.


Front Welcome

Clive Cussler In His 1913 Stutz Bearcat

All of us at the Cussler Museum are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Clive Cussler on February 24, 2020. We are so touched by the outpouring condolence messages, prayers and support.

Clive’s memory will live on through his captivating adventure novels, and the astonishing collection of classic cars displayed here at the Cussler Museum.



The Museum is CLOSED

To support the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19,
The Cussler Museum is currently CLOSED until further notice.

When we feel it is a safe environment for our customers and staff, we will announce
our re-opening. Until then, please be ever so cautious to protect yourselves
and those around you.


News and Features

Featured Automobile!


1930 Packard Speedster 8 RunaboutPackard’s creative engineers and body stylists fathered very remarkable and exceptional cars. One model was the 734 Boattail Speedster. It was designed as a fast sports car of its day: high performance, even higher rate of speed, and strong suspension to take sharp curves.

1930 Packard Speedster 8 RunaboutThe bodies were exotic. Having a lighter weight than most roadsters and a four-speed transmission, the big eight cylinder, 384-cubic–inch straight engine with 150 horsepower, could boost the Speedster down the road at around 100 miles an hour.

1930 Packard Speedster 8 RunaboutApproximately only 118 of these cars were produced. The 734 Speedster Registry estimates that there are only twenty-six Packard Speedsters, in its various body styles over the years, in existence today.


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