The National Rod & Custom
Car Hall of Fame Museum
is located on Highway 85A an hour northeast of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The 40,000 Sq. Ft.
facility houses over 40 custom built exotic vehicles by world renowned custom car builder
and designer Darryl Starbird as well as many other famous hot rod and custom car builders.
Here are some
of the display Items you will see when you take a tour of the museum.
Click on any of the photos below to view a larger image of it.
Hall of Fame Museum opened its doors for the 17th season on
March 24th. Along with the recently restored "Lil
Coffin", Darryl will be unveiling his newest
creation "Spaced Out" his first bubble
topped car in about forty years. Along with the recently
restored Predicta by Darryl Starbird "the superflecked
Moonbird" mentioned in American Graffitti and the bubble
topped Camaro :Star Ship" built by Cliff Starbird
and also recently restored, we are featuring the
"Outlaw" cloned by Mark Moriarty from the
original Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's famous car.
Hall of Fame Museum is located on the shores of Grand Lake O’ the Cherokee
(55251 E Highway 85A- just 3/4 mile east of Bernice, OK) and holds over 50
cars all one of a kind, hand built by the icons in the custom world, such as
Barris, Bailon, Winfield, Posies, Roth, Hines, and includes 25 of Starbird's
own collection built over the past 50 years. It is open 10am to 5pm
each day - closed Tuesday.
FEATURED VEHICLES ON DISPLAY
Our feature attraction for this season
is the "Spaced
by Darryl Starbird.
VEHICLES ON DISPLAY
10am to 5pm each day - closed Tuesday. (March - October)
Closed - (November - February)
(Call for appointments on "Off Days" or during "Closed" months).
Adults, (13 and up) $8.00
Children, (8-12 yrs.) $5.00