Chrysler Museum Will Open Again

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Photo: Walter P. Chrysler Museum
After it was closed in December due to lack of attendants, the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills will reopen for the last time on June 8th, along with the annual Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association car show.
The show will start at 9:00 AM in the museum’s parking lot, featuring a muscle car dedicated theme. Guests will be allowed then to enter the museum free of charge to see some iconic cars that made history.

Walter P. Chrysler Museum opened in October 1999 in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It showcases historically signifiant cars from Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, AMC and Rambler from different years, in a mural and dioramas decorated interior made by A. Shapiro. The museum represents a big part of the American automotive history, as Chrysler is one of the three most signifiant carmakers in the US.
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