Category Archives: Auto Archeology

Memorial Day: The Arsenal of Democracy

Click on the image to launch Flash player and view the entire gallery in your choice of 3D formats or 2D It’s almost impossible to visit a car museum in the Detroit area without being reminded of Detroit’s role as … Continue reading

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Fastest Production Ford Ever – The Ford GT That Set The Record

Click on the image to launch a Flash player to view the full gallery in your choice of 3D or 2D formats. When the nice folks who operate the Model T Automotive Heritage Center at Henry Ford’s Piquette Avenue plant … Continue reading

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Auto Archeology: Albert Kahn’s Ford Village Industries Newburgh Mill

Ford Village Industries Newburgh Mill Today. Click on the image to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery in your choice of 3D formats or 2D. Henry Ford operated about 30 small factories around Michigan, all on the … Continue reading

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Searching For Old 51 – Part 4

Post Cards from the Road In researching my Highway 51 project, I stumbled across some old postcards of businesses located on Old Highway 51.  These three postcards are from the late 1950s.  Part of our mission on the road trip … Continue reading

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Searching For Old 51 – Part 2

The morning of our launch brought near-perfect road trip weather: crystal clear skies, moderate temperatures (for Wisconsin) and no rain in the forecast.  I topped off the Traverse’s gas tank, made the rounds to pick up my co-pilots/navigators Chuck Haynes … Continue reading

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Charging Forward Into The Past – Vintage EVs in 3D

Click on the image to launch a Flash player to view the complete gallery in your choice of 3D formats and 2D The theme of this year’s SAE World Congress at Detroit’s Cobo Hall was “Charging Forward Together”. That play … Continue reading

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