Posts Tagged ‘museum’

Cover Shoot: Lost in the 50s Museum for Performance Garage

06 Jul

Our photo shoot and feature story on the incredible Lost in the 50s Museum in Newcastle, Australia made the front cover of the next issue of Performance Garage magazine, which goes on sale this month! A private collection, the Lost in the 50s museum is open to public once a month, 11 months of the year and consists over 50 vehicles from the 1950s and ’60s, as well as over 8000 historical items from the period. Be sure to read all about it when the magazine hits newsstands soon.

Performance Garage - Issue 41

Too Cool: A Rare Look Inside GM's Heritage Centre

29 Apr

The guys at Bangshift scored themselves a real win while attending the Detroit Autorama – a tour of the General Motors Heritage Centre in Sterling Heights, Michigan. This facility houses a breath-taking collection of GM history that is normally closed to the public.

GM’s Heritage Centre opened in the middle of 2004 and brought together a century’s worth of GM vehicles, engines and paraphernalia. Their original press release stated that the centre would ‘help GM employees, scholars, analysts and the media research the company’s past and learn from its rich history as GM moves toward a second century of operation.’

Luckily, one of the Bangshift guys sweet talked their way in and shot more than 300 images, most of which you can see on the BS website HERE.