Presenting one of the Motor City’s most most diverse and popular car shows: the annual Motor Muster at Greenfield Village. Here’s our report on this year’s event with a big photo gallery.
As we often like to say here at Mac’s Motor City Garage, Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan is the perfect venue for classic car events: dozens of historical buildings and attractions to serve a backdrop, acres of green space ideal for car display, and village streets just made for parading and car watching. Of course, the Village is a world-famous destination in itself, offering first-rate concessions and guest facilities.
Fortunately for us, Henry Ford’s awesome historical theme park hosts a pair major collector car events each year: the Old Car Festival around Labor Day weekend for vehicles built before 1933, and the Motor Muster on Father’s Day weekend for vehicles produced between 1933 and 1976. (For more info, visit The Henry Ford’s Motor Muster page.) The Motor Muster is distinguished by its wide variety of vehicles: cars and trucks, commercial, fire and military vehicles, foreign and domestic, all spanning six decades of production.
Below is a small sample of the vehicles we checked out on Saturday morning, day one of the two-day event. Click on any image to start a slide show.