A roaring good time at a Toast To Hockeytown!

We were privileged to be a part of a wonderful tradition in Detroit last week, a Toast To Hockeytown.  This event is celebrated its 20th anniversary as the signature event for the Detroit Red Wings Foundation.  We brought our 1921 Chevrolet and our 1932 Chevrolet Confederate to add a little pizzazz to the already dolled up Little Caesars Arena!  There were so many great costumes and many stopped to get a great photo with our two beauties.  It was the bees knees!!

January 2020 newsletter is hot off the press!

Have you signed up to receive our quarterly newsletter yet?  What are you waiting for??  The January 2020 issue was just released!  You can sign up at the lower left side of our home page and you’ll never miss out!  Our newsletter recaps our past events and lets you know about the upcoming events!  We list our open hours for the next 3 months plus some other great content.  Sign up soon so you won’t be left out!  If you’d still like to receive the January 2020 issue, send us an email and we’ll send you a copy.  Just remember to sign up so you won’t miss out on any other news of what’s happening at Stahl’s Auto Collection!


Special guest visit by George DeLorean

During today’s open hours, George DeLorean, brother of John DeLorean, stopped in for a tour.  This was the first time he had seen the collection and was very impressed!  He took time out to take photos with our volunteer staff, including Vern Lancaster.  Vern has brought his DeLorean automobile to several of our Thursday Night Cruise Ins.

 

Busy weekend ahead! Cincinnati and Shelby Township!

This weekend we have two shows we are participating in!  Our 1935 Lincoln we be on display at the Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance on Sunday, June 9 at Ault Park.  Our 1935 Chrysler Airflow will make its way to the Packard Proving Grounds for the Cars are Stars show!  If you in either location, be sure to stop by and say hello!  We will have flyers on hand about the collection!

Amelia Island 2018: Best In Class with 1938 Mercedes-Benz

   

Our 1938 Mercedes-Benz 320 Cabriolet B traveled to the Sunshine State this past week and won Best in Class for Mercedes-Benz (Pre-1947) at the 2018 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance!  The show was moved to Saturday once again, due to threatening weather.  The sun was out and a nice, cool breeze accompanied to make it a very delightful day!  We hope we were able to entice more people to make the trip to Michigan and see all the wonderful cars in our museum and neighboring locations!