A Visit to the Walter P Chrysler Museum

After the Walter P Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills closed its doors to the public at the end of 2012 (waning attendance meant that the museum could no longer cover its own costs), the Chrysler Foundation stepped in as curator to ensure that the historic items housed inside were safe. The plan is to use it for Chrysler functions and facility rentals for private events. (Mopar Blog anniversary party anybody? Not sayin’, just sayin’). Hot Rod magazine recently paid a visit to the museum. See the story at Hot Rod. Lots of pics after the jump!






3 thoughts on “A Visit to the Walter P Chrysler Museum

  1. I was born and raised in mich. My grandfather, father and now cousin work, or have retired from chrysler’s and i never knew this place was even here.That’s a real shame,would have loved to see the (ALL’.)I’m a die hard Mopar fan’… FOREVER’!!

  2. I remmber i November 1956 my aher bought 1957 Imperial we lived in Mexico and that time new cars came in February so every time he parked the Imperial when we came out it was surrounded by people admiring it.

  3. i’v been to the museum,it’s awesome.unbelivebal display of cars and Chrysler history.it sucks that it had to be closed to the public.

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