Shown below are some of the old cars which are on display at the Evergreen Air Museum in McMinnville, Oregon.
Shown above is a 1929 Ford Model “A” U.S. Mail Truck. This vehicle had some innovative features such as hydraulic shock absorbers, safety glass windshield with automatic wipers, tilt-beam headlights, and a Bendix self starter.
Shown above is a Stoughton Bus manufactured by the Stoughton Cab and Body Company of Stoughton, Wisconsin for Chevrolet. Produced from 1920 to 1930, the 14 passenger bus “provided a new influence in the progress of transportation.” It has an all hardwood frame and featured seats with a soft spring construction for a smooth ride. The windows could be raised to provide the passengers with fresh air. It ran at about 30 miles-per-hour.
Since many of the aircraft displayed at the Evergreen Air Museum are military, some of the vehicles displayed are also military.
Some of the vehicles displayed are motorcycles.