The Autoseum Training and Teaching Facility recently held its 2013 Car Show at 100 County Seat Drive in Mineola. The Autoseum is the brainchild of Long Island natives Mike Manning and Andy Perillo, who opened the museum to preserve Long Island’s love of cars.
The idea for the Autoseum was born in August 2010 when Manning and Perillo hosted a Hollywood Stars Car Show at the Cradle of Aviation Museum at the invitation of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano.
In partnership with Nassau BOCES, this innovative training facility provides education to adults and children who are interested in antique and entertainment industry car restoration.
The goal is also to preserve Long Island’s love of cars through information and education. The classes consist of professional instruction and an internship program. The Autoseum’s goal is to house the most famous cars in the world as well as building new cars for the entertainment industry.