WILLS SAINTE CLAIRE AUTO MUSEUM OF CLASSIC AUTOS

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39 Comments

Reply Chris Reed
11:18 AM on January 21, 2017 
I enjoyed visiting your site, and learned a lot about this Automobile, I did see a picture of the oldest car at a recent Car show here in Florida it was a 1921 Wills St. Clair, it was in excellent shape.
Chris
Reply Bob Wachtel
11:27 PM on March 31, 2016 
My dad owned two Wills St. Claires. His last one was an open bodied convertible. He eventually sold it to a negro minstrel band. My dad lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. all his life from 1907-1985. He was a licensed master plumber. It was he who made me become a car nut. May he rest in peace.
Reply Mike Lavens
7:58 PM on September 2, 2015 
Terry,

Pleasure talking to you the other day. Can't wait to visit the museum. Loved the car show in Marysville Sunday and even won a plaque during Saturday's show. Great time!
Reply Ron Preston
10:30 PM on September 2, 2014 
My Dad was the chauffeur for the Wills family in the 20s. His name was Reginald Preston, but used the name, "Rex", while employed by Mr.Wills. Dad passed on many stories regarding the family and the times.
Reply John MacKichan
8:26 AM on April 22, 2014 
Terry,
We missed you in California at the World Conference. Our museum has a lead on a 6 cylinder Wills engine. I have not been in contact with the owner yet. What are they worth, not running, just for display? Do you know the whereabouts of an engine?
Hope you are well and if we make the family reunion in Strathroy Canada this year we will stop and see you.
Thanks, John MacKichan
Reply Robert Woxman
1:36 PM on March 23, 2014 
My wife and I have been golfing in Port Huron for years and love to come across at Sombra and stay in Marysville. It was only this week that I that learned the Wills Sainte Claire was built in your town. After a lifetime in the automotive business I will come by to see you as soon as the winter breaks.
Reply JOSE ROSAS
1:00 PM on February 23, 2014 
By the 1920's my grand father had one of these models here in Portugal, apparenttly someone from from the family was importing Wills St Claire !
I'll be glad to send you more info and pictures, juts reply to email
Best regards
Jose Rosas
Reply Dennis Burns
12:52 PM on August 27, 2013 
I've only just come across the name Wills St Clair for the first time this past week. I'm interested to know where CS Wills picked up the name St Clair from. I would presume this was simply from the river that Marysville is situated on, but would appreciate if someone could please confirm. I live in England and our house name is St Clair, which is taken from a town / village called St Clair in France.
Reply willsstclair
3:28 PM on June 21, 2013 
The only surviving Wills Sainte Claire Town Car is now on display!
Congratulations to Carl Moss for restoring this one-of-a-kind beauty to its former glory.
Stop by the Museum and see it in person!
Reply JOHN PORTER
10:13 AM on January 5, 2013 
Watch for the announcement of Carl Moss' Willoughby Town car going on display. The only WSC Town car extant.