One of our special guest cars rolled in a bit early! This big guy is here only for our Autos for Autism event happening on Thursday, July 22 from 4:00-8:00. If you want to see him in person, you will have to purchase a ticket from our Event page (hover on the EVENT tab then click on “Autos for Autism 2021”). Until then, he will wait undercover. All proceeds from the tickets will benefit the Ted Lindsay Foundation.
You can also find a link to our auction site where you can bid on a tour of Jay Leno’s garage and more great items!
Since we cannot open on Veterans Day this year, we’ve decided to go virtual. We will give a walk-through of the museum on Wednesday, November 11 beginning at 1:00 pm on our Facebook page. We will be selling raffle tickets with some great prizes! Information will be posted on our events tab. We want to make sure that veterans know that even though we can’t all gather physically, we will never forget them or what they’ve done for us. All proceeds will benefit Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs. Stay tuned for more information!
Check out the last installment of our Autos for Autism event! We have some great items and wonderful experiences available for bidding! Bidding opens on Tuesday, October 6 at 9:00 am EST and close on Sunday, October 11 at 5:00 pm EST. All proceeds benefit the Ted Lindsay Foundation!
A donation of $25 or more to our Autos For Autism event will get you one of these colorful t-shirts! You can go to the events tab on our site and select “Autos for Autism 2020” and click the link to donate through PayPal (don’t forget to include your shirt size in a note). If you would prefer to send a check, feel free to make the check payable to “Stahl’s Automotive Foundation” and include a mailing address and shirt size. Shirts are available in Youth S-XL and adult S-4XL.
Thank you for assisting us in supporting the Ted Lindsay Foundation! We want to thank Under The Radar Michigan for co-hosting this event with us and also Achatz Pie Company, Hagerty, Topmarq, and Metal Works by DION. Shout out to our “celebrity” guests as well!
Our 2020 Autos for Autism event may not look the same this year, but we plan to have just as much fun and hopefully raise just as much for the Ted Lindsay Foundation. We are still accepting entries! Please see the flyer for information. Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. T-shirts and raffle baskets will be available for donations. All proceeds go to the Ted Lindsay Foundation.
On Tuesday, June 2, we set out to bring smiles to the faces of those who usually do that for us. We had a Cruise Out with museum cars, staff and volunteer cars, and some visitor cars and to eight senior living centers and Henry Ford Hospital in Clinton Township. We wanted to let the seniors know how much we missed them and let the staff at the hospital know their efforts are appreciated. It turned out to be a pretty warm day and we lost a car or two along the way to the heat but also gained a few! We want to thank everyone who took part in this wonderful event. We received thank you calls and cards from the locations we visited stating the residents really enjoyed the cars. We have to say that once again, they are the ones that brought smiles to our faces. We miss you all and can’t wait to see you again!
The attached letter was sent out to our email list to notify of the collection’s re-opening plans. We are very excited to re-open once our renovations are complete and bring an unforgettable experience for all our visitors! Stay informed by signing up for our email list! You’ll be the first to know!
This incredible 1919 Pierce-Arrow 66 A-4 Touring car recently arrived at the collection after making an appearance at the 2020 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The car was custom-built for vaudevillian and early motion picture star, Roscoe C. “Fatty” Arbuckle. The coachwork was a very early design by a young Harley J. Earl for Don Lee Coachbuilders in southern California. Earl would eventually move on to a stellar design career at General Motors. The chassis has a 147.5″ wheelbase and 36″ tires. The gas tank holds 32 gallons since the car seldom got more than 4 miles to the gallon.
Though we are temporarily closed due to the recommendations of the CDC, we will be open again soon and you will be able to see this beauty in person! Stay tuned to our social media and web page for updates!
We have made the decision to close our collection to the public on Tuesday, March 17 due to the state of emergency called by Governor Whitmer. Our first priority is the safety of our staff and guests. We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will re-evaluate the situation next week to decide of future openings. We appreciate your understanding and we will see you again soon!