We had some time to kill after we checked into the motel... hours to spend before 8 o'clock when the Baldknobbers show opened. I noticed there was a Celebrity Car Museum down the road, and after Cliff's two-hour nap, we went there. I think admission fee was pretty high, but hey, it's Branson. So we gave them $30 and went on in. It was interesting, I'll give you that, but I still think the admission shouldn't have been more than ten bucks apiece.
When Paul Harvey met his wife, she was driving a Nash Coupe.
He had the car restored for her, years later.
And finally, the car George Jones owned during his wild, weird, no-show days.
The museum was interesting to me, but it wasn't photographer-friendly. The cars were so close together it was hard to get good pictures of them, and there were flashing lights with some of the displays that drove us crazy and reflected off the camera lens. I took all these shots with the Ipad, which was a mistake because the quality is never as good as it is with either of my cameras. But there you have it.