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WAAAM is a non-profit museum that could not exist if not for the dedication and commitment of people just like you who care about preserving these fascinating pieces of history.
If you would like to be more involved with WAAAM, email us at info@WAAAMuseum.org
Some Current Needs:
supplies, dust mops, push brooms
- Toilet paper,
paper towels, printer paper...
plywood, 2X4s, 2X6s
- Paint: White and Stain: Brown
- Riding lawn mower, landscape materials, irrigation system
- Aircraft, autos & antique books
- Mannequins and 1900-1950 clothing
|80 Vehicles and Growing
We have quite a collection of autos and it is growing with the support of our members.
Andy Anderson, one of our volunteers, is cleaning up a '29 Studebaker and '47 Commander Regal Starlight Studebakers that were donated by John & Evelyn Lorence of Independence, OR. These two automobiles are on display in M-2.
* The '47 is the first year the question was asked "which is the front, which is the back."
Stop in often and take a look at these beautifully restored cars, trucks, motorcycles, aircraft and even a steam tractor.
One of the benefits of membership is an opportunity to display your unique antique or classic vehicle at WAAAM.
Cars and Jeeps will be operating for Presidents Day. FEB 16th
Mark Your calendar!
Wear Your Support
Quality Landway Matrix Jacket
on Sale in the WAAAM Gift Shop.
Regular $ 45.00 Sale $30
Members receive an additional 10% off!
Dark Khaki Green
w/brown fleece collar
and WAAAM logo
Order by Phone!