TP Tools Auto Museum in Canfield, OH, houses a collection of 50 classic vehicles.
From Graig Graziosi’s article on The Vindicator website:
Fred Zwicker and his son Bob – the father and son team behind TP Tools in Canfield – made restoring classic cars their lifelong business.
Now, every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the two open the doors of their private collection of 50 restored, classic vehicles to the public – for free.
The TP Tools Auto Museum opened in 2010 and has grown to span two warehouses within the overall TP Tools complex just west of downtown Canfield on state Route 446.
The museum houses vehicles – most of which were restored by the Zwickers and the TP Tools staff – ranging from the dawn of the automobile through the modern day, but the majority of the collection is from the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s.