This event is not only for Studebaker fans, but for anyone that is interested in seeing vintage automobiles that were made in South Bend Indiana. Studebaker started building automobiles in 1902, their 1st models being electric vehicles. In 1949 they were the company that was ahead of its time in styling, referring to the 1949-51 bullet-nosed Studebakers. You will see Studebakers from prewar to the '60's, when they ceased production. Many are beautifully restored and have won first place trophies in the Studebaker International Concours. Studebaker was founded in 1852 and grew to be the world's largest wagon maker, so don't be surprised to see a few wagons also.
Special Interest Car
We will have on display a very controversial Car which was manufactured only 30 miles away from Annandale in St. Cloud. It was the Pan Car manufactured by the Pan Motor Company from January 1917 until December 1919. Only 747 of these 5 passenger touring cars were produced selling for $1,250.00. They were powered by a 4 cylinder 16.9 HP engine. Some of the features were, seats converted to a bed. The rear storagecompartments included an ice chest, tool chest, spare gas, oil and water tanks. There are believed to be only 5 of these cars in existence today and all reside in Minnesota. Come out and see this unusual automobile which is owned and maintained by the St. Cloud Antique Auto Club. (Pantowners)
Saturday, May 18, 2013
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Our museum buildings will be open to tour.
Ice Cream , Root beer Floats, Hot Dogs
Admission: Adults: $5.00
Children accompanied by an adult are free
Spring/Summer 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Winter Office Hours Vary
Call for information 320-274-8489 or
Memorial Weekend through
Monday-Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday-Sunday 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Senior Citizens (60 and over): $4
Students (6-16 yrs.): $3.00
Children 5 yrs and under when
accompanied by an adult: FREE
Admission may vary
Refer to individual event
Tour takes approximately 2 hours
Gate closes at 4:00 PM
Open to the public. visitors welcome
6:30 p.m. every first Tuesday of the month.
A guest speaker or a presentation will be featured.