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Old 08-01-2013, 08:50 AM   #1
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Arrow Amarillio, TX. RV Museum

After seeing a small billboard, we decided to visit this relatively new Museum located in a building within the Sisemore Traveland dealership. Admission is FREE.
Jack Sisemore began collecting old RVs back in the 1980's and restored quite a few. The current display is amazing; it includes the Flexible bus used in making the movie RV, has the very first Itasca every built, and cars & motorcycles. We took dozens of pictures. After meeting Jack, we learned he has many more old units in waiting and hopes to expand the building in the future.

If you're going near Amarillo, I think you'll be impressed with this display. You may want to park your rig at the nearby Walmart because this very large dealership is very crowded with trailer & MH inventory. There is limited parking curbside in front of the dealership.

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The 1936 Alma looks just like what my wife & I lived in as newly weds in 1954. Next time we go thru Amarillo want to check it out. Maybe then we can settle an argument that my wife have been having - I say it had an ice box - she says nothing to keep food cool.
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