Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum

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Though Herb Thomas’ Fabulous Hudson Hornet was on loan to another museum when I visited, it was still a worthwhile visit. In addition to cars and artifacts from Ypsilanti’s history, one unique aspect of the museum is that it is located in a former Hudson dealership’s building. As a matter of fact, Miller Motors was the last Hudson dealership and the building is pretty much in the same state it was when Hudson went out of business. Plenty of museums have vintage cars, but how many have vintage car dealers? Please enjoy the gallery of over 100 photos.

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