Of all the inventions with which engineers can be credited from the dawn of time, the one that Americans, young and old, have said in surveys they absolutely could not live without is...the automobile. For them, and for all who feel the same way, Mont Hollertz's Chevyland U.S.A. auto museum is a must-see. The collection of more than 110 cars, from 1914 through 1975, includes Chevys, Fords, Cadillacs, and even a 1928 Whippet. All of the vehicles, which are either in good original condition or lovingly restored, are operable--and for sale!
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Activity Type:Trips and Destinations
Discipline:Industrial & Manufacturing, Other
Grade:K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Fun Fact:Elm Creek had 300 residents when it was incorporated in 1887. In 1912, some thought the town would grow faster with a catchier name and ran a newspaper ad offering $25 to the person submitting a more suitable name. Despite the fact that its name never was changed, Elm Creek's population has tripled, making it one of Nebraska's growing communities.