The museum contains a wide array of race cars and racing memorabilia. Please click on any of the photos below for larger images and click on the show more text at the bottom of the page to see even more of the museum.  

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Big Block Modifieds
The Museum is centered around a significant collection of Modifieds from Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic area.
Culver Auto Racing Museum
Culver Auto Racing Museum's new and ever changing 2400 sq ft addition.
Toreky Ramp Truck and Olsen Eagle
Owner Ken Tarczewski and Driver Bob Toreky's original hauler and car.
1937 Ford Original Race Car
Driven by "Speedy" Jester in the 1950s and used by Billy Towers in the 1976 movie "Greased Lightning". Thought to be one of the earliest surviving race cars from the Delaware area.
Walt Breeding
Walt's corner featuring racing memorabilia from the legendary career of Walt Breeding including the very last car he built.
Terry Labonte NASCAR 1995
Bobby Labonte's 1995 Hendrick Motorsports Bristol Winning car. Was also used during his 1996 NASCAR Championship Season
Tony Stewart Olsen Modified
Olsen Eagle Modified driven by NASCAR Champion Tony Stewart. Courtesy of Mr. Greg Mitchell
Syracuse car
Troyer Mudbuss #006 owned by John and Wayne Morse and driven by Mark Fluery. The car is original and un-restored! Built in 1981 the car is shown with it's 1983 Syracuse body. The museum has the original Mudbuss body as well.
Snookie Vent's last Modified
Built in 1980 as a partnership between Snookie Vent and Dave Jones. The venture was called RCE which stood for Race Car Enterprises. Following the ground breaking ""Batmobile" which was built and designed by Kenny Weld this light weight aerodynamic design was one of the first cars in Delaware to break the mold of the Gremlin and Pinto bodies that had been the norm up to that point.
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Culver Auto Racing Museum

Culver Auto Racing Museum's new and ever changing 2400 sq ft addition.