The Champlain Valley Transportation Museum is located in Plattsburgh, New York and houses vehicles and other related products of Lozier Motors and other transport companies of Plattsburgh area. The museum was founded in 2000 with the aim to present and preserve the automobile history of the region.
Though later the museum included not only cars but water vehicles as well as such powerful waterways as Lake Champlain and the St. Lawrence Seaway are located here.
Despite the fact that the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum has many vehicles and artifacts, the Lozier is the main highlight. Type 82 Lozier is the world's only Type 82.
Other highlights include two Lozier Automobiles, the Bill Gates Diner, a 1924 REO Speed Wagon, A 1929 Model A Ford and a 1967 Jaguar. Of course it's not the complete list of featured vehicles which you can check on the official website of the museum.