Presenting one of the Motor City’s oldest and greatest outdoor car shows: the annual Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association Charity Car Show. We’ve got full coverage with a big photo gallery.
The Chrysler Employees Motorsports Association, CEMA for short, is a Detroit-area car enthusiast organization made up of current and former Chrysler workers (CEMAclub.org). One of the club’s signature events is the annual Charity Car Show, which this year marks its 26th year.
Held each June, the CEMA show helps to signal the start of the Motor City’s outdoor car show season, and the weather this year couldn’t have been more beautiful. Once again the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills provided the venue, while the the designated charity for 2015 is the Leader Dogs for the Blind of Rochester, Michigan,
As you might expect, Chrysler brands are especially plentiful in the display area, but all makes and models are welcome, providing a well-rounded show. In 2014, more than 430 vehicles were in attendance, and while we haven’t heard the numbers for this year, the turnout looked equally strong. You can find a very small sample of them in the gallery below. (Sorry we couldn’t provide owner names for all the cars, but if you drop us a line with your info we’ll add it.) Thanks to the members and officers of CEMA for another great event.