Vintage Auto Museum of New Jersey reopens in Point Pleasant after it was destroyed by Sandy

The Vintage Auto Museum of New Jersey has reopened in Point Pleasant after sustaining devastating damage from Sandy.

The Vintage Auto Museum of New Jersey has reopened in Point Pleasant after sustaining devastating damage from Sandy. (8/27/13)

POINT PLEASANT - The Vintage Auto Museum of New Jersey has reopened in Point Pleasant after sustaining devastating damage from Sandy.

The museum displays the state's automotive history and is home to various cars from the 1950s and '60s.

The storm filled the small building with water and oil from a nearby marina less than two months after it opened last year.

The museum relies on donations and the proceeds of its annual car auction.

This year, the museum is featuring a cherry red 1960s Ford Mustang.
 

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