LeMay - AMERICA'S CAR MUSEUM® is proud to welcome Keith Flickinger to the Museum’s advisory Steering Committee. Mr. Flickinger is the president and owner of Precision Motor Cars, Inc., an auto restoration business based out of Allentown, PA. He is also the curator, chief advisor and purchaser of the private collection of Mr. Nicola Bulgari, Vice Chairman of BVLGARI, S.p.A., who is a member of the Board of Directors for the Museum.
David Madeira, President and CEO of LeMay - AMERICA'S CAR MUSEUM, is thrilled with Flickinger’s official involvement with the Museum. “Keith brings an abundance of knowledge and expertise in auto restoration to the Museum. His connections and experience will be invaluable to the Museum as we look both to restore and add collector cars to the LeMay Collection,” said Madeira.
“The breadth of the LeMay Collection is impressive,” said Flickinger, “and I am pleased to assume a formal role in helping the Museum realize its dream of a stunning new building to be the Collection’s new home.”
Flickinger has always had a love for cars and began his long career in the restoration business while still in high school. He started his own business in 1988 when he launched a full-service restoration facility. Flickinger has earned a reputation for quality collector car restorations and attention to detail. Evident in his work on Mr. Bulgari’s 1942 Buick Woody, the quality restoration led to his current role as curator and chief advisor for the Bulgari Collection, as well as the recent launch of Allentown Classic Motor Cars, co-founded by Mr. Flickinger and Mr. Bulgari. Many of the Bulgari cars that have been restored by Flickinger have been recognized at major concours and other prestigious competitions that include the Buick Nationals, Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, Hilton Head Concours d’Elegance and Motoring Festival, and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, among many others.