It might just be the most eye-catching and controversial car this weekend along Woodward: “The Brutus Mobile.”
Woodward Dream Cruise is billed as a one-day event, but car fans will tell you it really lasts all week — or longer.
Michigan’s military families will be getting a major financial boost when the Michigan chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association holds its major fundraiser for USA Cares at Kensington Metropark on Saturday.
Police are looking for a vintage vehicle, stolen from outside the Henry Ford Museum.
TRAVERSE CITY — As the world embraces social media, the car hobby has also evolved and adapted to this trend. Classic car owners, known for their love of technology and socializing, are embracing the digital […]
Cruisin’ Gratiot is a daylong celebration of American-made hot rods and classic cruisers along a two-mile stretch of Gratiot between Eight Mile and 10 Mile Road.
The suburban Detroit museum founded by car pioneer Henry Ford is opening its revamped automotive displays this weekend.
Driving America, a brand new, one-of-a-kind automotive experience at The Henry Ford in Dearborn will open to the public January 29, 2012.
Among the 700 or so vehicles to be displayed at the 61st Annual Old Car Festival, Sept. 10-11, one will stand out from the rest – a historically-accurate replica of the 1770 Fardier de Cugnot, a steam-powered wheel cart considered to be the first self-propelled vehicle ever made.
It doesn’t really matter if you’re in your 50s or 60s because this weekend, everyone can be a teenager at the Woodward Dream Cruise.