It’s been an exciting month at the newly opened Gosford Classic Car Museum, with over 13,000 people from all over Australia and indeed the world through the doors since opening on May 28th. With over 300 vehicles on display, from vintage classics to modern day supercars, patrons have been delighted with the range and versatility on display.
A visit from Mike Whitney and the Sydney Weekend crew was a huge highlight, and it’s been fantastic to see the looks on people’s faces as they walk through the door and are blow away by the sheer size and quality of the collection.
The Aussie Invader III jet powered car which competed for the World Land Speed Record in 1996, piloted by Australian Roscoe McGlashan to a speed of 1026km/h has been hugely popular, as have other feature cars including the Ferrari Hypercar collection.
Visitors have been eager to share their childhood memories of family Holdens and Fords with our staff as they’ve come flooding back, and the general feedback has been fantastic.
The Museum will continue to evolve, with a turnover of approximately 20 cars per month, ensuring there’s always something new and exciting to see.