Presenting one of MCG’s favorite Motor City events: the annual CEMA car show at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. Here’s the story with a big photo gallery.
CEMA is short for Chrysler Employees Motorsports Association, a worthy organization made up of Chrysler workers, past and present, who also happen to be racers and car enthusiasts (CEMAclub.org). This marked the 25th edition of the club’s annual charity car show, which this year was held in support of Leader Dogs for the Blind in Rochester, Michigan, and Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers in Centerline, Michigan.
Traditionally, the show is held on the grounds of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum at Chrysler headquarters in Auburn Hills. Although the museum is no longer open to the public, unfortunately, Chrysler management continues to make the grounds available for the show and opens the museum’s doors for the day.
Chrysler brands are well-represented at the CEMA show, not surprisingly. However, the show is open to all makes and models and features a fabulous variety of automotive eye candy. You’ll find a very small fraction of the many hundreds of vehicles at this year’s event in the gallery below.