Courrier Magazine - January 2010
– By Pioneer Auto MuseumGuest easily can spend a day and evening at Murdo-based Pioneer Auto and Antique Town, which encompasses more than 40 buildings over several acres. Hundreds of antique cars, tractors and motorcycles, as well as vintage toys and other nostalgia, are just a portion of what’s available at his unique attraction. The facility also is home to the National Rockhound Hall of Fame and Lapidary, where rare rocks, gems and fossils are displayed. A classic diner ensures case of planning for those who want to stay through lunch or dinner. “We’re open until 9:30 p.m. through the summer, and we’re happy to work with tour operators to plan special evening programs for group’s” said David Geisler, owner of Pioneer Auto and Antique Town. An antique car parade or rides in a vintage automobile are tow activates that can be arranged through Geisler.