Magnificent Military Vehicles From American Armory Museum: Freedom is Not Free
A Special New Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show Attraction
Half-Track Rides, General Patton’s Jeep Headline the Display
The American Armory Museum is honored to bring a special display of military machinery to this year's Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 30 at Half Moon Bay Airport.
The American Armory Museum, located in Fairfield CA, was founded in 2012 when the owner of Jelly Belly Candy Company bought seven military pieces from the famous Littlefield Military Vehicle Collection auction.
The museum’s mission is to educate people. To teach that freedom was never free. And inform on the sacrifices made by our men and women in the military.
The museum is a hands-on place and use their displays and vehicles to draw interest to the military collecting world.
In 2017 the museum became a non-profit so collectors could donate military machinery and memorabilia.
Today over 60% of everything displayed at the museum, from uniforms, ammunition, and vehicles has been donated with another 20% on loan from supporters.
Learn more at www.americanarmorymuseum.org
Rides will be available on the Half-track for $15 per person. It seats 8 riders.