Wellborn Muscle Car Museum, Inside Photos

The inside of the Wellborn Muscle Car Museum is a collection of surprises and breathtaking displays one after another. Just check out these photos.

The Museum is located at 24 Broad Street, Alexander City, Alabama and is open Monday – Friday 9-5 and Saturday 10-4, Closed Sunday.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

The Show Room houses some beautiful machines.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Bobby Issac NASCAR Champion’s number 71 K&K Insurance race car.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

1969 Dodge Daytona

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Race Car and its street twin!

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Remember the “White Hats” from Dodge?

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

More 1969 Chargers.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

When there isn’t enough floor space for your cars, double up.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Even a body shop recreation is provided complete with Dodge Daytona and Challenger RT.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

This Challenger RT is a barn find that was brought to the Museum with its dust still intact.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

HEMI!

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

HEMI!

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Remember these?

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

One of those 1971 Chargers in different colors.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Pink Panther Charger.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

The line of 1971 Chargers in all the different colors but two.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

The building is complete with its own parts department.


Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

The complete parts department is stocked with NOS parts!

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Walking through these isles of NOS parts is a step back it time.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

This Daytona is absolutely perfect.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Check out these wheels that were recalled by Chrysler and also note the red brake drums behind them.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum


Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Cut away Hemi.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

More of those 1971 Charger colors.

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

Wellborn Muscle Car Museum

This is Tim’s daily driver!

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  1. Chuck Mills says:

    Tim and Pam
    WOW, I am impressed!! Congratulations on your upcoming grand opening. We will make it up to see the museum once it is opened. Hope the holidays are fun and safe for you two and we look forward to pershaps catching up with you soon.

    Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas
    Chuck and Jan

  2. Dave Robins says:

    My favorite car has always been 71 RT Charger, I’ve had two. I cant wait to see yours.

  3. Dan Topping says:

    Helo Tim & Pam,
    The museum looks awesome. What a great thing you guys have done. I see a lot of familiar cars I’ve known you to own over the years. I look forward to coming to the museum very soon. Best Regards, Dan Topping

  4. Joe Gilmore says:

    Dear Tim and Pam,. My wife and I cannot wait to bring our family up to Alexander City and see your vehicles and establishment. We have a big love of Mopars. Hope to see you soon.. Go Mopar..

  5. ryan daniels says:

    Hello Tim
    Great pics of your museum looks awesome. Id love to see it some day. I have a 1971 Dodge Charger SE It has hideaway lights, power windows, 383, power sunroof.I’ve been trying to find out how many were made. Cant seem to find the production figures on this car.Woundering if you can help me out? Serial # WP29N1A135018 Hope to here from you soon… MOPAR OUR NO CAR

  6. Conrad Fry says:

    Hi! Tim my name is Conrad Fry, and I’m a fellow member of John Bobber’s 71 superbee club. I saw your cars on the site, and love them. I just saw Spike T.V. muscle car show and was just blown away by your spot. I’m going to try seeing your head quarters before the year is up. If thats O.K. I don’t know if you have seen my 383-3sp. man.trans on members ride’s. This July I will have owned it for 20 years. It is the first car I ever owned. Needless to say I love 71 Chargers. I’ve been friends with Kim for about ten years. He owns the 71 RT Hemi auto blue 4th from last Hemi. Built in April. The old Ill. plate read MOO-D- BLU. We met on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay last Feb. He and I were the only 71s’. Mopars’ are not as prevalent on west coast. For years a lot of people would try and tell me that there is no such thing as a 71 superbee. Glad you showed those nay sayer what’s up! I could go on ,and on , but don’t want to talk your ear off. HA!HA! Once again your are doing a great service to all the 71 Bee, and RT head’s out there. Hope to see you and shake your hand some day, and I hope you like my car as much as I like yours. Keep up the good work!

  7. Michael Irvine Studios says:

    Absolutely stunning photos. Thanks for posting them. Michael and I were at the event in October and it was great to be a part of. Tim and Pam are incredibly gracious hosts and add so much to the car collector world. Everyone should make at least one trip to see the Museum for themselves. Although, for the event, it was pretty much all-Mopar, there are cars on display from each of big three — there’s a little something for everyone! Thanks again for the pics and the video. — Linda and Michael Irvine

  8. Tony says:

    I really hope to be able to visit your museum. 71 Chargers are one of my favorites and I own a 71 Charger Painted EV2 Hemi orange with a black canopy top and interior with a bench seat. I want to be able to have another someday as well. What are the two colors that you are missing? Great museum!

  9. Ray Padgett says:

    We will be sure to come and see.

  10. Rodney Brown says:

    Tim, I enjoyed the museum today. You really have a nice collection. Maybe I can send some more folks from Ranburne that way.

  11. Terri Johnson says:

    HEARD YOU HAD 70 CHEVELLE LS6 WAQNT TO COME SEE ITSOON.

  12. I enjoyed the museum.you have wonderful memorable cars.I was wondering if u might b interested in purchasing a 1971 model u don’t have.if so u may contact me anytime via my email address. I just can’t watch it sit there any longer.I believe the car I have deserves better,plus it was used by the state troopers as a patrol car in 71.

  13. Dwight Moss says:

    Tim , thinks for the tour on Wed. (Vette Club) I was truly blown away at the Quality of your cars and the stories behind them . You are one of the few Down To Earth collectors I have meet . Your staff was very knowledgeable and a pleasure to be around . Thanks you for your time we will be back .

  14. Steve Gentry says:

    Tim, I love looking at the photos and look forward to coming to the museum again soon. Still hoping you’ll decide to try a Citation soon. You know Pam would love it! Have a great 4th of July.

    Steve

  15. Ken says:

    In my younger days,I own a 1969 Plymouth GTX with a 440cu.in. engine, 4speed with a 410 gear ratio. I didn`t purchase it new, but wise I had,unfortunately I no longer have it today and all I have is a picture that reminds me of the good times that I enjoyed racing around. GO MOPAR.Ken

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