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Hours: Monday--Friday 1:30pm--5:30pm; Saturday 9:30am--5:00pm; Sunday Noon--5:00pm
Address: 110-112 East Cross Street, Ypsilanti
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Owner: Jack Miller, curator

The Ypsilanti Heritage Museum is located across the street from The Sidetrack Bar in Depot Town. Aside from the distinction of residing in Miller Motors Hudson, the world's last Hudson dealership, the museum is also home to many other "orphaned" cars such as the Kaiser and the Tucker Torpedo.

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The Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum holds some 30 classic cars along with untold stocks of auto-related ephemera, from cutaways to racing banners to neon lights to posters to stickers to t-shirts to model cars, even the cardboard cutout for Francis Ford Coppola’s 1988 film “Tucker: The Man and His Dream,” the story of Preston Tucker, the independent, Ypsilanti-based auto designer whose 1948 Tucker Sedan holds a special place in the hearts of auto enthusiasts.


            YPSILANTI: Orphan Car show to showcase more than 200 out of production cars Sept. 23.


The 16th Orphan Car Show will use the $5 entrance fee collected from attendees to support Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum and retain a bit of this area's history, which is inextricably connected to the history of the automobile.


Video by freelancer Leslie McGraw as well as social media splash surrounding the event.

Events calendar: http://www.ypsiautoheritage.org/events.htm

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