Museum Open May through October.

Happy Motoring From Your Friends – Bill and Peggy Napoli

Museum is open From May-October, Closed on Some Major Holidays

Call us before you come, and we will let you know if we are open that holiday.

SUMMER HOURS: M-F- 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-4pm. CLOSED SUNDAY
Winter hours from October to May 10am-5pm M-F and 10am-4pm Saturday Closed Sunday.

Admission: $5.00 adults and children over 12. We pay your sales taxes, and your admission is good for the season, May to October. WHAT A DEAL! Best $5.00 you will ever spend!!!!

The museum is full of classic, antique, and custom vehicles, pedal cars, toys, oil and gas items, gas pumps, signs, memorabilia, all very nicely displayed. Very enjoyable for our guests!

Check out the 1934 Studebaker dual sidemount tired coupe, 1921 Cadillac Touring Car, 1914 Ford Model T C-Cab, 1931 Buick, and 1924 Chevy Touring Car.

See the row of beautiful classic and antique car engines, several real neon signs, gas pumps, and we still have a couple of motorcycles,and a very early 3 wheeled cart. The ladies in this room are all decked out incorrect vintage era clothing.

We have gathered up some very rare oil and gas memorabilia items, including oil cans. History before your eyes. The pedal vehicles, signs, photos, vintage toys are displayed throughout the building.

We now have a kids row of vintage gas powered cars on display. A sure hit with the young, and especially the young at heart, who remember the days of racing around in those vintage kids gas-powered cars. How about a 1958 Corvette kids car, or the Don Prudhome minidrag car, and our favorite Uncle Doc built a one of a kind race car with a custom formed Pontiac Hood. Uncle Doc formed the hood by sheer manpower using only his arms to form the hood. We Miss Uncle Doc. He had some stories to tell!

Our collection has continued to grow over the years, and we have added a one of a kind 1956 Custom Mercury that Bill owned since the late 1960s. Bill has worked to finish his 1962 Dodge Dart 440 Magnum he rescued from the crusher north of Pierre SD. This car was in very rough condition, but now it shines and is a star of its own.

When was the last time you saw a 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe? There were only 1,250 of these built. This car has been updated to cruise down the road in style. The 1940 White Horse milk truck, looks kind of like a Divco, but looks better, is finished and is on display. When the engine is running, it sounds like a Harley Sportster engine. Pretty cool truck. We acquired a nice 1939 LaSalle sedan that fits right in with our tastes. Of course, there are so many vehicles, toys, pedal cars, vintage bicycles, gas pumps, signs, and so much memorabilia to look at, you just can not see it all in one visit.

When you pay for admission remember your admission is good for the whole season. You pay once, and you get to return as many times as you would like from the season May to October. Kids are free 12 and under. Our admission has not increased for 10 years, and is simply a best value in the Black Hills.

We are open May to October unless mother nature decides winter comes early. Closed on Sundays. Normal hours are 9-6 M-F, and 9-4 Sat. Sometimes we are closed for lunch, especially if someone invites us and they buy.

Our collection is always changing, and evolving. We call this place “Our Hobby That Got Out Of Control”. Cameras Are Allowed.

YES, we do sell some of the items and vehicles out of our museum collection. So, just ask. We can help you with worldwide shipping. The cars in the Antique Car Lot out front are for sale. We have titles for our vehicles, and again offer shipping worldwide.

See you Soon! Bill and Peggy Napoli

P.S. The Marmon is Bill’s 2012-2014 project.