Ypsilanti auto museum considered 'Detroit gem'
Though the building sitting at 100 E. Cross St. in Ypsilanti may look more or less the same as it did decades ago, the former Hudson car dealership has seen its fair share of history, according to a WXYZ Detroit report.
Since the idea for the project came about in the mid-90s, the museum has expanded to two other buildings nearby, each offering a different glimpse at automotive history. The second building mostly is dedicated to Kaiser Frazer automobiles, which were made in the Ypsilanti plant where B-24 bombers were built during World War II, according to the report.
The locations also offer replications of older automobiles, legendary NASCAR cars and a service area where the vehicles are kept in running condition.