America's Car Museum

The Bullitt Mustang and an extended stay at the LeMay 2019

We went to the LeMay Americas museum in June to make sure we were able to see the Bullitt Mustang. I had not been for a couple of years and my brother had never been so it was definitely time for a visit. So much has changed since my last visit, but the Bullitt Mustang and Chi Town hustler really stood out.

I have seen the Rambler with the Ferrari engine before, but it is really an amazing bit of technical wizardry to see the craftsmanship that went into such a creation.

  The front entrance has a red Ferrari Testa Rossa and a red 1964 Studebaker Lark to make sure you know this museum has something for everyone.  To really confirm this is a newer Bullitt Mustang, a 1980 Plymouth Arrow Pickup, an early 60’s Dodge convertible and on the wall is a Grand Prix car! 
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Another Intrepid Journey in Vintage Detroit Iron

By Steve Purdy

Potos by William Hall and Steve Purdy

The Auto Channel

Michigan Bureau


Why do you suppose this courageous group of vintage car enthusiasts would liberate 3 old cars from a west coast museum and drive them thousands of miles in often-treacherous, dead of winter to bring them home to Detroit where they were all built?

The LeMay – America’s Car Museum is a museum in the city of Tacoma, Washington. The new museum facility adjacent to the Tacoma Dome opened on June 2, 2012.

The NAACC was on hand for the opening and also attends the Kirkland Concours D Elegance that takes place at the facility.

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