Kruse features a remarkable collection of horse drawn carriages and stagecoaches including this Wells Fargo Stage. At one time, these coaches were the choice of travelers all over the western USA.
There were also several carriages that were owned by famous folks -- such as this carriage called a Phaeton owned by U.S. Grant. Apparently, he really liked riding in it while in office to think about problems he was dealing with.
Kruse also houses many cars created by Carl Casper -- a famous customizer of cars and builder of movie cars. Here is the original General Lee from Dukes of Hazard fame that is signed by all of the cat of the show. Casper created many other cars that are displayed here such as K.I.T.T. from the Knight Rider series, the Batmobile and more.
Here is a blast from the past. The A-Team van is here and ready for action. I wonder what Mr. T would think about this!
Wow -- look at this! the famed Marmon Wasp #32 -- the FIRST winner of the Indy 500 race in 1911. Driven by Ray Harroun, it was perhaps the first race car to use a rear-view mirror. It was fun for Rick to see this car since he had read about it several times.