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The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum is a part of the Western Reserve Historical Society. Situated at the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, It was founded by the industrialist Frederick C. Crawford and opened in 1965. The museum began as the Thompson Products Auto Album.

Its collection of classic vehicles include a 1890s Cleveland main street, antique carriages, a Willys Custom Sedan, early Harley Davidson motorcycles, and a P-51 Mustang racing plane that was used in the National Air Races. The oldest car in the museum is an 1897 Panhard et Levassor. On the other hand, the most modern car in the collection is a 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser concept coupe. The museum has 34 cars, some are more than 100 years old, and is the largest such collection in the world.
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