333 Lincoln Way W. was once the local Ford Garage in the 1920's, owned and operated by the Diehl family.
On June 7th, 1929, Henry Ford motored across the Lincoln Highway in south central Pennsylvania. Making several stops at various locations in York and Adams Counties~
This trip included a visit to the York Motor Company, Henry got a flat tire, and what better way to pass the time but a buying spree at the local antique store~
As Henry traveled west, you can imagine the anticipation of folks at the New Oxford Ford Garage in hopes Henry Ford would stop.
Wouldn't you know, due to road construction, Henry was detoured through Hanover, then on to Gettysburg ~
Take it from Henry Ford ~ Pass the time at your local antique store~
We offer a wide range of antiques from over 60 dealers,
We have a little something for everyone~
In all price ranges~
Enjoy a stroll over the old hardwood floors and take in the rare antiques & oddities we have to offer~
We have experienced clerks and offer old fashioned customer service.
Always something new or "old" coming through the doors!
We can't wait for you to stop by!
We have a great variety of furniture, pottery, crocks, cast iron, old advertising, toys, dolls, art, primitive, victorian, china, African art, wood carvings, oriental pieces, tapestries, jewelry, rugs, clocks, guns, knives, civil war, German, busts, quilts, mannequins, books, vintage housewares, and unusual collections ~
Monday ~ Tuesday 12:00pm ~ 5:00pm
Wednesday ~ Sunday
10:00am ~ 5:00pm
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