St Louis Car Museum & Auto Sales in Saint Louis, MO

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Established in 1991, the St. Louis Car Museum & Sales has provided motorcars, motorcycles and airplanes to collectors and enthusiasts around the globe. Our variety of inventory is a testament to our passion for special interest vehicles of all kinds.

We actively buy, sell, and trade everything from antiques and classics to muscle cars and European sports cars, vintage motorcycles, airplanes, and automobilia. All vehicles are displayed in our 50,000 square foot carpeted and climate controlled showroom in St. Louis, Missouri just 5 minutes from Lambert International airport. Please call before arriving- vehicles may be viewed Monday thru Saturday. Appointment encouraged.

Please feel welcome to call or email for information on selling us your car, learn more about our competitive consignment program, and/or climate-controlled vehicle storage.


Established in 1991.

Celebrating over 20 years in business showcasing fine collector cars to the public.  Generating annual sales of nearly 300 vehicles to new clients worldwide!  We operate with a full, private service department as well as a complete upholstery shop onsite.  We strive to find cars already in top caliber condition, and do our very best to ensure they are ready to enjoy the moment they are delivered.  Please visit to view our current selection.  It is updated daily.

St Louis Car Museum & Auto Sales

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(800) 957-5707
Address:1575 Woodson Rd, Saint Louis, MO, 63114
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on St Louis Car Museum & Auto Sales

Tim O. | 2014-07-15

After viewing the amazing collection of cars at St Louis Car Museum and Sales, I made an offer on a Porsche 911. Our deal ended up falling through for outside reasons but I was always treated with respect and courtesy by the staff, especially Jon Faust. Everything he promised, he followed through with and kept me informed about what was going on with their end every step of the way. I would highly recommend buying a vehicle from them and hope I can make a deal in the future.

Joy A. | 2013-09-01

My first experience buying a car over the internet.  Let just say I won't do it again.  It was stated in ad that this vehicle was in showroom condition as the interior goes.  The seats look like a gorilla sat in them for years.  Also stated in ad that there was no oil leaks, i just drove it out of my garage for the first time to find a large oil spill under the vehicle.  I understand that used car salesmen are not to be trusted  but you think tin today's world withe yelp and other reviews they would try harder.  After calling them about the problems i found with the vehicle they would not even admit it.  There is nothing I can do so .............   The bottom line is I will not buy another vehicle on line especially from this seller.  One last note to seller just tell the Truth

D R. | 2013-05-15

So how do I write this in the most objective voice? I guess I am somewhat to blame...I could have gotten on a plane instead of trusting them.

I saw a car on EBay that I wanted, a  1976 Triumph TR 5.0. I called St. Louis Car Museum and inquired about the car. Being a first time, novice car collector, I thought I asked plenty of good questions.
The car looked great on the website and I loved the details, photos and video.
I asked about the condition, being I live in NY and there was no way to fly out and do an onsite inspection, or is there?
Having asked all the important questions to my salesman, and I will leave his name out, as I'm guessing it would not have mattered who I was speaking final question was, is everything in working order, and is there anything I should know that I may not have asked. "No, you know everything"
Well, long story short, I love the car, its gorgeous, BUT I WAS SOLD A CAR THAT HAS SO MANY PROBLEMS. Im almost done fixing them all...7 weeks and 10K later.
Truth is, I would have bought the car anyway, but honest and reasonable expectations regarding issues and repairs make for a more enjoyable purchase


while I don't expect them to have known that I needed to repair a defunct cylinder, replace the poorly installed head gaskets, replace the master cylinder, repair all 4 brakes. Repair a broken stud on the rear tire hub. Replace and repack the rear axels and hubs. Repair the A/C that does not work. ....and much much more...they did know the A/C was not hooked up at all, there were no dashboard lights, the drivers side mirror was loose, the drivers door gasket was hanging,the drivers door, the trunk and the hood that all were out of line or not operable The radiator was leaking due to a faulty hose installation, and so much more.

So, to the car...hate the misleading and unfair treatment.
BTW...I emailed my salesman soon after getting the car...and he never responded...that's weak. I agreed to buy the car as is, I realize I have no recourse, so why not respond.