The Texas Museum of Automotive History opened in Fair Park Noverber 20th, 2010. The Museum showcases the inter-development between race cars and commercial cars from 1901 to 1984. Call: 214-223-8491

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The Texas Museum of Automotive History

Automobile racing started in Fair Park in 1901 and culminated with the staging of the United States Formula One race in Fair Park during the summer of 1984.
We are working with the City of Dallas and the Dallas Parks and Recreation Department
to build a world-class Museum of Automotive History in Fair Park and eventually stage a Vintage Race and Concours event weekend.
The operating goal of the Museum is to become recognized as one of the top 10 Automotive Museums in the world. The Museum will provide attendees with an overview of the history of the automobile from 1901 to 1984, and showcase the interaction between racing and commercial car development during that period.
The Museum will feature an open restoration capability, (“The Restoration Factory”). The Restoration Factory will employ “at risk” youths and will function to educate and provide a career path for selected individuals. Four year graduates will be placed in local automotive businesses or they will be assisted in funding their college education.
TMAH Opening Party
Saturday November 20th, 2010 - 7:00pm – 10:00pm
30 x Tables (for 10) at $10,000; $5,000 and $2,500. Attendees receive lifetime, two year and one year museum memberships respectively.
To contribute to the Texas Museum of Automotive History (501-c-3), and for more
information, go to or contact us by calling 214-676-4333 or email
Please read our story in the Discussion Forum below. Please contact me directly with your suggestions or to discuss donations. Stephen Page.

Take a look at the 1984 F1 circuit around Fair Park from an onboard video:

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