An antique furniture store dedicated to '50s Americana, motorcycles and the celluloid heroes that rode them.. The Scene Stepping into Glory is like stepping into a time warp. It's a place where you might expect to see James Dean leaning against the wall, or have a young Marlon Brando come crashing through the window on his motorcycle. The large showroom is filled with the relics and trappings of the era that gave us those American rebels and many others as well. As much motorcycle as chrome dinette set, this is a one-stop-shopping time machine for the '50s aficionado.
The Goods The collection of refurbished sofas, chairs and tables is convincing enough, but Glory goes far beyond. Restored BMW and Triumph motorcycles lean in the large showroom, as vintage neon signs and advertising clocks beam from the walls. Colorful glassware and figurines rest on antique shelves, while in the corner stands a working General Electric refrigerator that has been custom-painted by hot rod artist Dan Collins.