Chrysler Re-Opens Museum to Benefit Good Cause
In January, we heard the unfortunate news that the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan will be closing. It still houses some of the earliest vehicles in the Chrysler family, showcasing the automaker’s rich history, with about 60-70 models left in its doors. Luckily, fans will get one more chance to see these vehicles before the museum closes.
The yearly Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association car will take place on June 8 and anyone can come. The theme this year is “Muscle: Past and Present.” That means we could see some older versions of the Chrysler 300, sporting tail fins and more.
The nice thing is, the Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association mentioned that all profits from the event will go to a local Detroit charity. They haven’t figured out which one yet, but at Ray Brandt Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we’re sure it with be a worthy choice.
For more info on this event, check out www.cemaclub.org. Also, if you really want to check out the Chrysler Museum, it is still available for private function until the end of June. You can read up on that at www.wpchryslermuseum.org.
Meanwhile, we invite you to come by and see us in our Harvey, LA showroom today. You can check out our full lineup of new Chrysler vehicles and take a test drive while you’re at it.