I took a quick walk through the "new" Patton Museum before I signed out this afternoon. When I say quick, I mean quick.
All that's left inside is one old cannon in the foyer. The gift shop area remains intact, but sells mainly T-shirts and those pre-built Forces of Valor armor pieces.
When you walk into the museum proper, to the left is a large room devoted to ROTC. OK, that's about 30 seconds worth of looking.
To the right is where the Patton collection is located; roughly the same spot it was before. His Cadillac is still there, but the deuce and a half command post truck is gone. Added is a beat up 3rd Army Jeep that looks like the one I took photos of at Ft. Lee, VA's Quartermaster museum. I'm not sure if it's the same one or just one dressed up to look like one of his command Jeeps.
Also on display is one of his ivory handled pistols and belt. Just the .45 cal Peacekeeper. The .357 isn't there any longer, although I'm not sure if it was there previously. I do remember it used to be there years ago.
That took about 5 minutes to see what was left.
Here is a list of what's in front of the museum as of today: M60A1 M4A3E8 Sherman M7 Priest M10 tank destroyer M52A1 SP 105mm howitzer M59 APC and a towed 8" gun (like the AFV kit). It sits where the old T28 heavy tank used to be displayed. The T28 is no longer there.
Very sad to see this former Mecca of armor as just an afterthought.