The Chesapeake Region Chapter of the Antique Automobile Club of America is partnering with the BMI to host its 2nd Annual Antique Car Show. August 18, 2013 from 11 AM to 3 PM. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore historic cars from 1977 and before.
Baltimore’s own 1899 Crouch Steam Car will be on hand; steamed up and operating! If you haven’t seen the Crouch Steam Car, this is a once in a lifetime experience!
the 1899 Crouch Steam Car only one model of the car exist. Built in Baltimore at the Crouch Automobile Manufacturing Company was on the corner of North and Oak (Howard St.) in Baltimore City. The company was purchased by Columbia Motors and Manufacturing Company in Washington, DC.
The Steam Car broke land speed records. As the story goes The Steam Car was found in the basement of the old car factory by 2 men during WWII. They were going to sell it to the scrapyard, but another man named Mr. Hook purchased it for $20. (Priceless)