Display Vehicles Wanted

March 20, 2017

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By Matt Wolfe

Looking for an opportunity to show off your vehicle in a world-renowned museum that recognizes some of the greatest names in automotive history? If so, you should consider displaying your car at the Automotive Hall of Fame!

With the arrival of spring, our current selection of display vehicles will soon be departing back to their respective garages, leaving us with openings for new vehicles. The Hall of Fame does not charge any fee to display cars at our facility, and we supply amenities such as drip pans and power for battery tenders to make displaying your vehicle a hassle-free experience.

This replica Ford GT40 was on display on our lobby over the winter in honor of 2016 Hall of Fame Indcutee Roy Lunn

We have several potential slots available in the Hall, such as our “design gallery”, where many of the plaques for our Inducted automotive designers are displayed, as well as the front lobby area where all our guests enter the hall. In addition to filling openings for the spring and summer, we are also currently looking to fill slots in the museum for the fall of 2017.

This beautiful Jaguar XK120 has been on display in our design gallery represnting AHF Inductee Sir William Lyons

To submit a vehicle for consideration, please contact display vehicle coordinator Matt Wolfe by phone at (313) 240-4000 or via email at mwolfe@thedrivingspirit.org. Please include details on the vehicle (year, make, model, etc.), how it relates to one of our inductees and/or their accomplishments, and anything that makes the car interesting or unique. We would also like current photos of the vehicle. Thank-you for your interest and we look forward to receiving your submissions.

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