Join us on Friday, April 26 from 6-9pm as we welcome a very special guest who will be visiting from France to speak at our museum reception – Claude Guéniffey, president of the Helica Club and the world's foremost expert on propeller-driven cars and Marcel Leyat. Claude is the person who found the original plans and thousands of other documents in Meursault, France in 2004. Since then, Claude has put on five exhibits (all in France) focusing on Marcel Leyat.
2013 is the 100th Anniversary of Leyat's first propeller-driven car. In recognition of that milestone Claude is creating an exhibit for Lane Motor Museum about Marcel Leyat's achievements. This will be a very rare opportunity to see Claude's presentation in the U.S.
In honor of our special guest we will be serving an assortment of European wine & cheese!
QUESTIONS? Contact Vicki Garrison at 615-742-7445 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lane Motor Museum
Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee features the largest collection of European vehicles in the United States. Approximately 150 cars and motorcycles not typically seen in the U.S. are on display.
Lane Motor Museum features a unique collection of mostly European automobiles, housed in a former 132,000 square foot bakery. The majority of our vehicles were built in the 1950s through 1970s although we have some as old as the 1920s and as new as 2000.