3Dog Garage
A Private Foundation

Race & Show Events:
In keeping with the dynamic nature of 3 Dog Garage and its collections, our cars are often loaned to other museums and collections for themed exhibits. In this way, people from other parts of the country can get what may be their only opportunity to see and enjoy cars from the collections.

In an exhibit in 2009, the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) hosted a four-month display of 3 Dog vehicles at their National Museum in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The "Treasures of the 3 Dog Garage" showcased 14 vehicles in their own special gallery and was a steady attraction for its duration. Likewise, other cars often visit 3 Dog Garage. It is not unusual to have rarely seen West Coast vintage race cars at the museum as they rest between East Coast vintage race events.

3 Dog Garage receives more race and concours invitations than can
realistically be attended, but an extraordinary effort is made to put 3 Dog Garage cars in front of as many eyes as is possible. That is the dynamism that we believe makes 3 Dog Garage unique in the world of auto museums and why it should be on the must-visit list for every car enthusiast.

Race Restoration at 3Dog Garage  
  The 3 Dog Garage 1969 "Smokey Yunick" Boss 302 Mustang leads the 1970 George
Follmer Boss 302 (also in the 3 Dog collection) through the Corkscrew in a
hotly contested vintage race at Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California.
1957 Daytona Beach speed record competitor, the Ford "Battlebird," lines up to accept its class win at the Amelia Island Concours d' Elegance.
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