Lane Motor Museum is located in Nashville
and features a unique collection of mostly European automobiles.The Lane Motor museum was established in 2003 by Jeff and Susan Lane and began with Jeff Lane's personal collection of 70 vehicles. The collection is housed in the former Sunbeam bakery which occupied the site from 1951 to 1994.
The collection features over 330 automobiles, 20 motorcycles, and related art and memorabilia, housed in the former Sunbeam bakery. There are many architectural details that complement the collection. The museum includes the largest collection of Czechoslovakian cars outside of Europe
(including 13 Tatra), European automobiles of unusual or innovative design, propeller-powered vehicles and one-of-a-kind vehicles and prototypes. This museum highlights the outlandish and unusual sides of the automobile's development with cars rarely seen in the United States