3995 Brooklake Rd NE
Brooks, Oregon
At Powerland Heritage Park

Hours of Operation:
 June 3 - Sept 24
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Education is our Purpose

Welcome to the NWVCMM

The Northwest Vintage Car & Motorcycle Museum is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization comprised of people who are interested in vintage cars, trucks, and motorcycles. We are dedicated to providing a public facility for the preservation and display of automobiles and motorcycles from the past. The NWVCMM is an entirely membership-owned, all-volunteer organization open to people of all ages, with or without a vehicle.


Next Board Meeting
April 19, 2017 at 6:30 pm
At the Texaco Station

Membership has its rewards
We invite you to become a member or renew

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Speedster Class of 2016-2017 with a 1913 Model T Speedster donated by Ralph Holland.

See Photos of Our Construction Progress

Construction is progressing on our period dealership building which will house classrooms, meeting rooms, displays and a research library.

Fundraising Continues for Interior Work


NWVCMM’s Speedster Program

The Class of 2016-2017


Speedster Class students and mentors on the new stairway donated by Pacific Stairway.

The Northwest Vintage Car & Motorcycle Museum works with local schools to teach automotive skills to high school students at Antique Powerland. The Museum provides the facility and mentors who teach automotive mechanics, metal fabricating, woodworking, spray painting, automotive electrical, metal casting and foundry work, upholstery, safety, teamwork and car show etiquette. Since the program began, we have had over 350 students participate in the Speedster program. Several of our Speedster students have gone on to Chemeketa Community College’s automotive program.


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