Here is our photo tour of the Gasoline Alley Museum. It includes a large collection of vintage cars & oil related memorabilia. Don't miss the bio of local Calgarian Ron Carey (the man behind much of the museum), it is located halfway up the steps to the upper level at the north end of the building.
The Gas pumps above are antiques. Fill er up!
Nothing says Alberta like an antique truck as above and the mural of a prairie farm
Below each vehicle is a plaque with a description Here is what it says:
The elegance, speed and price tag of Auburns made them a popular choice for car lovers of the 1930s. This V12 was the first 12-cylinder car to sell for under $1,000- a very modest price at the time. The 1931 straight-eight engine was beefed up in 1932 with a new 6.4-litre V12 engine, and both cars benefited from the speed and power offered by a dual-ration rear axle. The Auburn line did not survive the economic hardship of the Depression.