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But why would a seven year old girl be interested in such a place? Oh, you'd be surprised.
She was a bit overwhelmed by the names and dates. However, a little talk about car companies got her excited, especially when she broke herself up giggling when she pronounced Ford "fjord." For those who may not know, that sounds more like fy-OORD.
She laughed. She laughed a lot.
And in the end, it was not the Galaxie or the Studebaker or the old Model As and Ts that got Hunter's attention. It was this.
Hunter fell in love with a little Nash
Rambler Metropolitan (thank you, Jerry, for the correction!).
I'm going to have to play her this song now.
There are always 22 cars at the Four States Auto Museum, but those cars are changed out every three months, so there's always something new to see. The museum is also a
The museum is run on donations but yes, you can visit it for free. It's open seven days a week. You'll find more information here.
Last places visited: Fouke Monster Mart
And Allen's Burger Center in Fouke
Read about El Chico's Arkansas connection
Our overnight accommodations in Texarkana at the Hampton Inn, room 400
Also, Elve's Peanut Patties
And eventually, Karen's Krystals in Lockesburg
Cypress Restaurant (or the Five Percent) in De Queen
and Cossatot River State Park Natural Area near Wickes