Motor Muster this weekend at Greenfield Village

Published On: Jun 13 2013 02:59:25 PM EDT
Updated On: Jun 20 2013 02:21:43 PM EDT

DEARBORN, MI -

If you’re looking for for fun this Father’s Day weekend, there's plenty to do in the area. There’s the Cruisin’ Gratiot car cruise, the Quicken Loans 400, the EyesOn Design car show, and The Henry Ford's Motor Muster on June 15 & June 16.

The streets of Greenfield Village will be filled with over 900 classic cars, trucks, bicycles, and motorcycles from 1933-1976, one of the most innovative periods in American automotive history.

The vehicles will be on display Saturday from 9:30am-9pm and Sunday from 9:30-5pm. There's a lot of special events throughout the day so here's a small list of some of the happenings:

Saturday, 2pm:

Book signing for the first major book published on the cars of The Henry Ford entitled "Driving America: The Henry Ford Automotive Collection"

Saturday, 6pm:

A racing presentation about the drag, midget and stock car racing of the from the 1930s to the 1950s from Matt Anderson, The Henry Ford's curator of transportation.

Saturday, 6:30pm

Military vehicles from WWII  presented by John Lind, director of the Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum.

Saturday, 6pm-9pm:

Greenfield Village Cruise! Watch hundreds of classic cruise the streets throughout Greenfield Village.

Sunday, 10am:

A motorcycle presentation facilitated by Marty Bufalini who is a broadcaster and Automobile Historian

Sunday, 4:30pm:

Popular Choice Award Ceremony.

Tickets are $24 for adults, $22 for seniors (ages 62 and up), $17.50 for youth (5-12). Children four and under are free. It’s free with a membership or admittance into Greenfield Village

If you’re going, how about you share some pictures of these classics with the rest of us? Use the hashtag #CruiseTheD & follow us on Twitter @CruiseTheD for all your latest car cruising and classic car news.

For more information about Motor Muster, call call 313- 982-6001 or visit www.thehenryford.org

Sponsored by: Specs Howard School of Media Arts

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