Walter P. Chrysler Museum Cruise Night Happens This Thursday


Thursday Cruise Nights at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum

WHAT: Fourth of six summer Cruise Nights at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum
WHO: Several hundred auto enthusiasts with their cruisers, as well as hundreds of other spectators, are expected to gather for the fourth annual series
WHEN: 6 – 9 p.m. Thursday, July 23 (continues every other Thursday through Aug. 20)
WHERE: Walter P. Chrysler Museum, One Chrysler Dr., Auburn Hills, 48326 (off I-75 at exit 78)

· Cruise Nights are presented by Chrysler, Jeep® and Dodge
· All makes and models are welcome – rain or shine – for food; music; current Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicle displays and more
· Awards will be presented for Best Body/Paint, Best Under the Hood, Best Unrestored and Museum’s Choice

Cruise Night highlights:

· ?After hours viewing of two Chrysler ME Four-Twelve concept vehicles and the Dodge Tomahawk concept on exhibit in the Museum. As much an engineering as a design statement, the quad-turbo, V-12-powered ME Four-Twelve is Chrysler’s first mid-engine concept. The Viper V-10 engine-powered, single-passenger Tomahawk is a four-wheel icon of unconventional thinking that combines art-deco styling with extreme engineering.
· After hours viewing of the Museum’s Jeep® in the Movies special exhibit, featuring two celebrated vehicles: the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon featured in Paramount Pictures’, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life and the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that co-starred in the Paramount release, Sahara
· Introduction of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum’s Brick Legacy and Adopt-a-Vehicle programs, an opportunity for enthusiasts to commemorate their – or a friend or family member’s – automotive passion while supporting the nonprofit Museum
· Enthusiast Avenue, a collection of Detroit area businesses offering auto enthusiasts demonstrations and discounts on automotive parts, products, services, entertainment and more

On the Avenue July 23:

· Auto Appraise, Inc. of Grand Blanc, complete automobile appraisal, inspection and claims services.
· Booth Arons Racing Enterprises, Inc. of Berkley, performance engine parts, machining and assembly.
· Detroit Performance Center of Clinton Twp., performance parts for Detroit Three products.
· Kart2Kart, of Sterling Heights, state-of-the-art indoor go-karting for private celebrations and corporate outings featuring complete catering and bar service, open to the public.
· PowderPro, LLC of Troy, powder coating and general metal restoration, welding and fabrication, stripping and sandblasting

Guest donations are welcome and after hours Museum admission is reduced to $1 for children and $2 for adults (regularly $4 and $8, respectively)


  • DodgeRulz
    Posted July 22, 2009 at 10:11 pm | Permalink

    Why do we see so many muscle cars at these shows? Because they looked good and they came in bright, unique colors. They also changed the way they looked every couple of years. There is no mystery in selling cars. Make them aesthetically appealing and you will do fine. Copy the 1970 Charger and you will have a hit.

  • Coolcrashman
    Posted August 13, 2009 at 12:33 pm | Permalink

    Just copy these muscle cars like you did with the Challenger and you will sell lots of cars. Oh, and don’t over price them like you are doing with the Challenger. My God, a Mustang and Camaro is ten grand cheaper and much faster.

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