Motion Unlimited Museum
MOTION UNLIMITED MUSEUM is the heart and soul of Bill and Peggy Napoli.  From the time Bill was 9 years old and owned his very first 1940 Ford pickup, his goal was to own and operate a fine automobile museum.  Not just a dingy old bunch of buildings full of dirty old cars, but a beautiful place to showcase the antique and classic cars and motorcycles Bill and Peggy have painstakingly restored themselves since they married in 1969.

From the 1933 Dodge Sedan Delivery that took 8 years to rebuild, to the 1925 Studebaker Motor Home, to the Harley Davidson with Side Car equipped with a TV, all the vehicles in the museum show the touch of detail and love only true enthusiasts have for their collection.

Bill and Peggy have filled the over 13,000 square feet of buildings with toys, pedal cars, pedal tractors, gas pumps, signs, pictures, and thousands of other pieces of memorabilia along with the antique cars and motorcycles. Continued on right

Bill and Peggy do all their own restoration work, including body work, upholstery, mechanical work, and finish detail. They always have 5 or 6 projects going at one time, including a 1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery, 1956 Mercury two-door hard top custom, and a 1919 Indian with side car.  There are over 100 cars for sale at Motion Unlimited Museum at any one time.

The Museum is constantly evolving and changing.  So, whenever you come to visit, you will see new and exciting things each time. You're invited to come spend your vacation  in South Dakota and visit one of the most unique collections anywhere.  Who knows, you might also buy the car of your dreams during your visit!

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