You'll see everything from cars to kitchen tables, garage tools to kitchen utensils.
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A real gem! May not be the place for small kids unless you have a hand on them - lots of stuff within easy reach. Don't forget to look up - they have stuff right up to the ceiling on the second floor! What a wonderful place to visit. It is so neat to see all the memorabilia from cars to soda fountain shops.
You can't take it all in there is so much to look at.
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I was like a little girl in a candy shop. I love old cars and 50's and antiques of all kinds. It was amazing, I will go back to visit.
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Would recomend to any car or 50's enthusiast. A small museum located in downtown Pottsville in an old Studebaker dealership, Jerry's presents an outstanding collection of 50's memorabilia. Starting with an automobile theme, there are about 10 antique cars and trucks preserved, including several Studebakers, a DeSoto convertible and others. In addition there are lots of auto parts and artifacts ondisplay. Also, there are mock-ups of 50's era soda shops, and bandstand items including instruments and amplifiers, as well as older tools, furniture, sewing machines.
Also included are displays of older clothing, household appliances, etc.
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For a very enjoyable trip back in time, this is an excellent way to spend an hour or two. Lots of nostalgia for a few dollars well spent. My husband and I visited the museum. Nice collection of garage and auto items from probably the 50's, 60's and maybe 70's. Auto's on display are in fairly good shape, approximately 10 autos. Oodles of old garage items, such as old tire changers, oil cans, pictures, signs, gas pumps, anything garage or auto related. We visited yesterday and the temperature outside was degrees. Sadly to say, the museum is a remodeled old Studebaler dealership with no air conditioning.
On the first floor, they had fans running. On the second floor was few fans running, but they were only blowing around the hot air. I would say the temperature upstairs was probably about degrees. Needless to say, we did not get a chance to see everything upstairs. The upstairs had from what I could see from just taking a quick look was a model of a small 50's diner. I suggest going when the temperature is a little cooler. If you like anything auto or garage memorabelia, you would definitely enjoy the museum.
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I grew up with my grandfather and father in the auto repair business. Also, my husband and I are in the auto repair business as well. The museum brought back alot of memories for me. Would have given it an excellent rating if the building would have had air conditioning. The museum is in Pottsville, with a very small parking lot for maybe 5 cars. Don't visit in your RV, no place to park it.
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As many of us know, you cannot refuel a jerry can. I want to know why not?
Showing 1 - 15 of 21 comments. Why would you need to? Well, you can kinda-sorta refuel a jerry can, you just have to sacrifice your lantern in the process. If you have a jerry can in your inventory provided it isn't completely full and you harvest a lantern for parts, the leftover fuel is deposited in the jerry can.
Thorhild View Profile View Posts. You can also refuel a jerry can, if you have it on you when you cook a fish, the oil left over, will go into the jerry can, provided you don't have some of the lantern oil containers. I've got like 8 filled jerry cans in my base right now, working on filling up three more. Bomoo View Profile View Posts. You can, but as you suggest, there's no explicit liquid management system The way you, for example, consolidate your fuel into one jerry can is you take a lantern you're going to salvage, refuel it from one container by dropping all others out of your inventory, putting it away, and then salvaging the lantern while your destination container is the only one in your inventory.
At least I don't. It's a wasted opportunity to transfer some kerosene around. I think we'll refuel jerry cans from fuel caps on the cars. Why else would there be lantern fuel bottles lying around AND jerry cans?
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And why fuel caps as well? I'm pretty convinced that in some part of the story we're gonna have to pick up a jerry can and fill it from cars for an objective. I don't think we would be able to drive the car, the objective would just be to fuel the car before a loading screen or something. Anyway I went ahead and rambled again from a simple irrelevant question. Originally posted by ajb :. Pop the clutch!