The Roadster Facotory Logo

Return to TRF Home Page



Last Friday evening, I traveled about 45 minutes from TRF to Altoona, PA to attend the opening reception for the Central PA British Car Festival, hosted by the Central Pennsylvania British Car Club. The event included an opening reception, a Funkhana, Wine Tasting, and a scenic road tour on Saturday with dinner. On Sunday, there was a non-judged car show and passes to DelGrosso amusement park in Tipton, PA. Lenny Fiore, of Lenny’s Classic Car Collection, opened his private car museum for the opening reception. It was the first time I had ever had a chance to go and the museum was amazing! There is an authentic English pub inside the museum with “views” out the “windows”. The cars, the building, the murals on the walls, the repair/restoration shop, and the people I met there were incredible. I have included several photos as our first Photos of the Week, and in addition, I have added some links on the Photo of the Week page to some YouTube videos of Lenny giving a tour of the building and cars. If you watch the second video, you will see what I mean about the “views outside the windows”! Tour #1 of Lenny's Classic Car Collection - Museum Tour about the building and restoration TOUR #2 — Murals on the wall Tour #3


never restored all original
built for Mrs. Rohmer, a British novelist,
Her husband, Sax Rohmer, created the Fu Man Chu character in his novels -
one of a kind car built to her specs, make-up trays in the rear seats and fitted luggage trunk


The custom made make-up trays


1962 MGA Mk 2

1962 MGA Mk 2

1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

1982 Aston Martin V8 Volante

1982 Aston Martin V8 Volante

1982 Aston Martin V8 Volante

1982 Aston Martin V8 Volante

1960 Triumph TR3A

Pink Thunderbird

Rolls Royce in the restoration shop

Country estate mural

Casino mural

The pub

In the restoration shop

Rare SS car being restored!

I think he has a Hot Wheel model for all the cars in the collection!

Dave Schreffler and Lenny Fiore. Lenny is the Museum and car collection owner.

Jim Pastore on right