Come and experience this NATIONALLY KNOWN COLLECTION of automobile treasures! As seen in TNN’s Motor Trend, Speed Vision, My Classic Car, The History Chanel, Super Chevy Magazine, Mopar Muscle, and Muscle Car Review! Just read some of our reviews below!
“With this issue, Muscle Car Review Magazine established The Muscle Car Hall Of Fame. This ongoing annual feature honors those people who have made a profound and lasting effect on the hobby. It is no surprise, that in its inaugural installment, Floyd Garrett was chosen as one of the charter inductees, recognizing the influential role he has played in creating and shaping the hobby. Also featured on TNN’s Shade Tree Mechanic, My Classic Car, Ready For The Road, SpeedVision, The History Channel & many more.
-MUSCLE CAR REVIEW, JANUARY 2000
“A spectacular landscape of wall-to-wall legends, the wildest, most outrageous American musclecars ever to escape Detroit. And they shine like a new penny. each car could walk off with Best of Show Honors. All the great ones are here: Power Pack Tri-Year Chevys Early 60’s, Lightweights Screaming Late 60’s, Big-Blocks and a nice cross section of retired Nascar warriors. Never have so many superb muscle cars been assembled under one roof!”
-MUSCLE CAR REVIEW
“One of the finest collection of American Muscle and Stock car -based race machines!”
-CAR COLLECTOR MAGAZINE
“Floyd Garrett has made it possible for car enthusiasts from around the world to see some of the world’s rarest muscle cars, all of which are in like-new condition. It’s like stepping back in time!”
-THE CHEVELLE REPORT
“It seems strange to use the words Muscle Car and Museum together. After all when things you bought new qualify to be in a museum it mean you are getting old!”
–LEGENDARY COLLECTOR CARS
“On our way out of Pigeon Forge after the 2011 Grand Rod Run, we stopped by Floyd Garrett’s Muscle Car Museum in Sevierville, Tennessee. We had pulled into Dunkin’ Donuts for a cup of coffee (and donuts) and suddenly realized we were less than a hundred yards from one of the largest collections of 60’s and 70’s muscle cars in the world. What an awesome place…”
–Blue Ridge Travel Guide