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Long Island auto racing history chronicled at Marty Himes' Bay Shore museum

A photo from The Himes Museum of Motor

A photo from The Himes Museum of Motor Racing Nostalgia is shown. (Credit: The Himes Museum of Motor Racing Nostalgia)

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The Himes Museum of Motor Racing Nostalgia, a creation of veteran Long Island auto racer Marty Himes, features five original stock cars, a number of midget racing cars, one early sprint car and close to 1,000 model race cars, as well as more than 300,000 racing-related photographs, and uniforms, helmets, trophies and other racing memorabilia; open daily, call first for appointment, admission free with donations accepted; 15 O'Neil Ave. Bay Shore; information: 631-666-4912 or www.thehimesmuseum.com

Tags: Pit stop , Bay Shore , Marty Himes , Himes Museum of Motor Racing Nostalgia

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