Terrill Antique Car Museum

By: jwilder

de leon terrill car museum

At the Terrill Antique Car Museum, you'll find cars such as a 1941 Packard, a 1915 REO Speedwagon – 3/4 ton truck, a 1927 Pierce Arrow touring car, a 1931 Studebaker, Series 54, Six Cylinder Regal Tourer, a 1929 Model A Ford Roadster, and a rare 1901 Coffin steam car, created by Howard Earle Coffin. The Coffin steam car spent 34 years in the Henry Ford Automobile Museum.

About the Owner

The Terrill Antique Car Museum in De Leon was started in the 2004 by Feltz Terrill and his son. The father-and-son team have been restoring old cars since the late 1970s.

Sadly, Feltz Terrill passed away in 2017, but His son Feltz Jr., continues the legacy, and runs the museum, as well as his machine shop. The Terrill Machine Shop fabricates parts for antique automobiles, for customers around the world.


The Terrill Antique Car Museum is located in De Leon, Texas. De Leon is about 100 miles south west of Fort Worth, and about 100 miles north west of Waco.

Terrill Antique Car Museum
500 N. Texas St
De Leon, Texas 76444
(254) 893-3773

Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - noon, 2 - 4 p.m
Sunday 2 - 4 p.m.

Planning Your Trip to De Leon, Texas

The De Leon Peach & Melon Festival is the first full week in August. The festival includes many activities throughout the week, including food, vendors, carnival, music, a parade, tractor pull contest and a car show on Saturday.

North Texas Car Museum Trail

If you want to follow the North Texas Car Museum Trail, the next stop is Clifton Texas, and the Clifton Classic Chassis automobile museum. Clifton is just 67 miles east of De Leon, on Highway 6.

James Wilder

James Wilder is the owner, writer, photographer, designer, and developer for MOTOR Texas.


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