The Hall of Fame Museum opened it doors for the 14th season on March 5th. The feature car this year will be the “Voodoo Spider” built by Elden Titus. It is a completely hand built all metal car. This car was built from a model that Elden designed and built when he was a teenager with the long time desire to build the real thing, his dream finally realized. Along with the “Voodoo Spider” Darryl will be debuting his latest creation the “Duzeybird” inspired by the Duzenburg of the early 30’s/

  This year our Induction Ceremony was held in conjunction with the 44th Annual Darryl Starbird’s Exotic Car Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Steve Frisbie of Portland, Oregon and Barry White of Orange, California were the recipients of this years honor. Steve Stanford was inducted into the Designers Hall of Fame and “Speedy” Bill Smith received the Lifetime Achievement award. Mark Moriarity who has displayed many of his award winning vehicles in the museum was made Builder/Owner of the year.

The Hall of Fame Museum is located on the shores of Grand Lake O’the Cherokee (55251 E. Highway 85A – just ¾ miles east of Bernice, Oklahoma) and holds over 50 cars all one of a kind, hand built by the icons in the custom world, such as Barris, Bailon, Winfield, Posies, Roth, Hines and includes 25 of Starbird’s own collection built over the past 50 years. It is open Wednesday thru Sunday 11 am til 5 pm and by appointment on off days. Admission is $7 adults, $4 child 8-12 and $6 for seniors 65 and over.

For more information call 918-257-4234 or check the website at www.darrylstarbird.com