Category Archives: Roadside Attractions

Walter P. Chrysler Museum in 3D

We recently had the opportunity to visit the Walter P. Chrysler Museum on the campus of the Chrysler headquarters in Auburn Hills. Somewhat overshadowed by higher profile Detroit area attractions like the Henry Ford Museum and perhaps overlooked by those … Continue reading

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Found by the Side of the Road: The Bonneville Boss

Okay.  So you’ve got this rocket powered Land Speed Record car, capable (you hope) of breaking all previous records at the Bonneville Salt Flats.  Your problem is getting it to this remote location to make the run.  Your solution?  Make … Continue reading

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Kings of the Road: The RV Hall of Fame – Updated

One hundred years ago it was becoming clear that this new device called the automobile was here to stay and, although existing highways were primitive at best, the automobile was sparking a newfound wanderlust in the American public.  Coincidentally, at … Continue reading

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Ford Rouge Factory Tour in 3D

Start the video, then click on the 3D button in the menu bar to select 3D or 2D format. You can also select resolution up to 720p HD Once upon a time in America you could actually watch people manufacture … Continue reading

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Oscar Meyer Wienermobile

Click on the image to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery in 2D or your choice of 3D formats. The Henry Ford Museum has a great collection of vehicles. Some are significant in automotive history, like their … Continue reading

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