Classic Cars Coming Home

TDH-Map(DETROIT, MI) – Over the river and through the woods to NAIAS they go.

The Drive Home for a 1957 Chevrolet Nomad, 1966 Ford Mustang, and 1961 Chrysler 300G has begun. The trio began their nearly 3,000-mile journey home on December 27 with all roads leading to NAIAS and their Motor City birthplace.

The vehicles are now part of the collection at the LeMay America’s Car Museum, in Tacoma, WA, where their cross-country trek recently started.

“Cars are meant to be experienced and driven, not sit dying in a museum,” said David Madeira, the CEO of LeMay America’s Car Museum.

In keeping with this spirit, there will be enthusiast rallies in various cities throughout the vehicles’ journey. The cars will be welcomed back to the Motor City on January 8 with an iconic drive down Woodward Avenue and a celebratory party in Detroit’s Cadillac Square, hosted by Opportunity Detroit.


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