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.
The man behind the Woodward Dream Cruise said the event is as much about making memories as it is horse power.
The world’s best looking traffic jam, the Woodward Dream Cruise, has a lot of people dreaming of owning their own retro ride.
Although we’re still three days away from the “official” start to this year’s Dream Cruise, some of the classic cars can already be spotted out along Woodward Avenue.
Nova’s, GTO’s, Chevelle’s … you name it and you could probably see it on Sunday in Clinton Township on Gratiot.
A very important summertime car show is moving to a new location.