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Water is the root of corrosion, erosion and electrolysis in your engine. So, over time, traditional, water-based antifreezes can do irreparable damage to your vehicle's original parts and components. Installing Evans Waterless Coolant is the best way to preserve your collection.

That's why we've started the Evans Museum Program. For museums, keeping their classic, vintage and modern vehicles in prime condition is a top priority. By trusting Evans, they can protect their passion – and their investment – from the age-old issues caused by water.

Evans features a proprietary liquid formulation that's water-free. This saves pumps, radiators and lines from being eaten away. And with a boiling point of 375°F, Evans doesn't vaporize, preventing pressure build-ups and boilover.

Participating Museums

The following have made the switch to museum-quality preservation.

American Muscle Car Museum 3500 Sarno Road, Melbourne, Florida 32934

The American Muscle Car Museum was founded by car enthusiast Mark Pieloch. It houses his collection amassed over 40 years and features more than 250 cars.

"We've seen the benefits of using Evans Coolant first hand," said Pieloch, "We've had zero corrosion issues in the cars that have waterless coolant."

Highlights of Pieloch's collection include more than 40 Indianapolis 500 pace cars and trucks, over 30 Shelby models, the most extensive Yenko car collection in the world and over 80 first place National Show winners. Strolling through the museum you'll see a true "who's who" of American muscle cars.

Learn more about the American Muscle Car Museum here ›

Wellborn Musclecar Museum 124 Broad St, Alexander City, AL 35010

The Wellborn Musclecar Museum is in a fully restored, vintage ‘40s car dealership building in Alexander City, Alabama, roughly 70 miles southeast of Birmingham.

Owners Tim and Pam Wellborn maintain the museum, which houses one of the largest collections of American muscle cars in the country. The museum collection includes one of the world’s largest collection of ‘69 – ‘71 Dodge Chargers plus Oldsmobile 442 W-30 convertibles, Ford Boss 429 Mustangs, LS6 Chevelles, and a Pontiac Ram Air IV GTO Judge Convertible, one of six known to exist.

Tim Wellborn is driving this 1972 Dodge Charger White on White with a fuel injected 405 stroker on the Hot Rod Power Tour in 2019. He runs Evans in the Charger to ensure there are no overheating issues while traveling on the tour next year.

Learn more about the Wellborn Musclecar Museum here ›

Classic Drive Television Fitchburg, MA

Classic Drive Television follows avid car collector and enthusiast Dirk Burrowes and his co-hosts as they explore classic car restoration, collections, and history around New England. Episodes are available on FATV and the FATV website,

Learn more about the Classic Drive Television here ›

Automobile Driving Museum 610 Lairport St, El Segundo, CA 90245

Automobile Driving Museum is one of Southern California’s premier destinations for car enthusiasts; museum visitors experience a wide range of vehicles from years gone by. The Automobile Driving Museum is committed to the preservation and maintenance of these cherished age-old automobiles for generations to come. Learn more about the Automobile Driving Museum by visiting

Evergreen Historic Automobiles 13888 Highway 5, Lebanon, MO 65536

Evergreen Historic Automobiles began in the early 1970’s as an extension of Robert W. Plaster’s love of automobiles. Mr. Plaster grew up during the depression, lost his father early, and worked all of his life trying to make up. As a young man he dreamed of owning a car... ANY car. His hours of hard work paid off and he spent many years trying to own all of the cars that he could never afford as a youth.

Veit Automotive Foundation & Museum 8552 Baker Avenue NW, Buffalo, MN 55313

About The Veit Foundation & Museum

The Veit Automotive Foundation is more than about the Hot Rods we display.  We are about the history, the people, the car clubs and the genre it represents. Our mission is to preserve automobiles and automotive memorabilia for future generations to enjoy and embrace.

The Foundation started with modest beginnings as the Veit Family car collection. Early on, they shared the families personal car collection with friends, family and car clubs alike. It wasn't until t
hey established the non-profit 501C-3 foundation and opened the museum to the public for the first time in July of 1998 that the foundation became official.

Today, the Veit Automotive Foundation is located on a 500 acre campus an hour outside of Minneapolis just South of Monticello, MN off of I94. The foundations multiple vintage looking barns house the 70 plus restored vehicles and over 200 rare and unusual gas pumps.  The vehicles reside in the vintage looking barns specifically built to house the vehicles on display. The foundations museum allows us to share the historical artifacts within the collection.