April 9th – closed
April 15th – open from 10am-noon
April 22nd – open from 10am-2pm

Venture into the vault

Ultimate Auto Enthusiast Competition
Venture into the Vault - Vehicle Vault

Imagine your car here

Does your ride have what it takes to make it into a museum? Has it always been your dream to exhibit YOUR car in a museum? Venture Into The Vault is an online virtual competition for all car enthusiasts.
Can you race your way up the ladder?
For a spot in our special exhibit featuring cars from our car enthusiast community, entrants will register their ride and submit their entry. The public votes for the cars they want to see on display at Vehicle Vault.
Register & Submit
December 7-January 20
Online Voting
January 25-February 8
Visit the Exhibit
February 22-March 22


Curate the Exhibit
Venture into the Vault Entry at Vehicle Vault
Venture into the Vault Entry at Vehicle Vault
Venture into the Vault Entry at Vehicle Vault

Your Venture into the Vault Exhibit

Thank you for curating this exhibit and we look forward to your visit.
1932 DeSoto SC Custom Roadster

The DeSoto SC was introduced in January 1932. New styling included a grill inspired by the Miller racing car, one-piece fenders, twin cowl ventilators, and wire wheels. Chrome headlights were standard on all DeSoto SC’s. The chrome-plated grill was an option. Only 894 Roadsters were produced in 1932. From research, I know of only 5 or 6 that still exist.

In 1961, this car became part of the Harrah Automobile Collection in Reno, NV (largest classic auto collection in the world ~ 1,450 cars). Auctioned in the mid-late 1980’s and restored by a gentleman from Lewiston, MT. Then loaned to the Towe Ford Museum in Deer Lodge, MT. In 1997, purchased by my grandfather from Helena, MT and has been in the family ever since.

1932 Buick 5 Window Business Coupe

This coupe is one of a kind. There were less than 700 model 66 coupes built in 1932, and only a handful still exist.

This coupe is a true hot rod, done in a mid-60s style. The body has received a 4-inch chop and has been channeled over a custom Z’ed frame. Engine is a Chevrolet 409 with a mild cam, roller rocker arms, electronic ignition and a 348 tri-power intake with 3 Rochester 2-barrel carburetors. The dash is out of a 1962 Chevy C30 truck, with a shortened steering column. Front tires are 600/16 Coker Classic radials and the rear tires are 750/16 Coker Classic radials.

Jaguar F-Type S
It’s one of very few manual transmission F-Types built. It is British Racing Green over a tan interior.
2020 Ford Shelby GT500
It has been modded to include a Jokerz Race ported blower, JLT intake, Billett fuel rails and 1050 ID injectors with a Palm Beach tune with Borla Atak exhaust. It is projected that the car is running somewhere around 900hp. It even has a roll cage. The car is Grabber Lime. It originally had black stripes and was recently changed to purple. I was just recently featured in a Colorado calendar and will be featured in a magazine in February. With the black stripes, I won a trophy for being the most unique car in June 2022.
1974 Jeep J20 Truck
This 1974 Jeep J20 3/4 ton pickup has a 7″ lift and 38″ tires. It has Chrysler “plum crazy” paint and custom wheels with matching “plum crazy” bead lock rings. Named “Plum Jeep Crazy,” It has a 401 engine with edelbrock multiport fuel injection. It looks just as good under the hood! It also has custom purple and black interior and custom auto meter gauges!
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