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When Jimmy Morrison began searching for a property to expand his successful collector car dealership, he had no idea he would wind up in the museum business, but that's exactly what happened when Morrison Motor Co, Inc. took ownership of Backing Up Classics Motor Car museum in 2001.
Since then, it has been renamed Morrison Motor Car Museum. The museum has a distinct racing atmosphere, but that's not it's only appeal. Rare and unique street cars are prevalent and include Classic cars, Corvettes, Delorean, Moonshine Display and Vietnam display also. Morrison's operation of the museum includes regular display changes and a fresh inventory of cars. The museum regulary attacts visitors from all of the world.
Morrison Motor Co
Back in 1970 when Mr. Morrison came back from Vietnam War, he and his brother began selling special-interest automobiles near their homeplace in Concord, North Carolina. Today, Morrison Motor Company is one of the most active buyers and sellers of collector cars, special interest cars, trucks and SUVs in the Carolinas. Located just 10 minutes north of Charlotte Motor Speedway in the heart of NASCAR racing country, this family-owned business has been a vital part of the local automotive scene since its founding in 1970.
The modest lot - packed to capacity with Corvettes, Mustangs, Camaros, and SUVs - is a ''must-see'' stop for any performance enthusiasts visiting the area.