Chrysler Re-Opens Museum to Benefit Good Cause

For those who have visited it, the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Mich. was a treasure trove of classic Chrysler automobiles on display for the world to see. If you hadn't heard, the museum shuttered its doors in January 2013 but we at Bob Pforte Motors just got wind that the facility will be open to the public one last time during the Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association car show taking place in the museum on June 8.   

This year's show theme is "Muscle: Past and Present" which means we're likely going to be treated to some classic muscle like the Dodge Charger and perhaps even an older version of the Chrysler 300, tail fins and all. The show is not restricted to Chrysler products (though they're our favorite by far).

A bonus to seeing all the vintage vehicles is the Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association has announced that the proceeds from the event will benefit a local Detroit charity. They haven't determined which one yet, but at Bob Pforte Motors, we're sure it with be a worthy choice.

If you'd like more information on the event, visit www.cemaclub.org. If you're unable to make the exact date of June 8, the museum will remain available for private functions until the end of June. You can read up on that aspect at www.wpchryslermuseum.org.

Once you're done viewing Chrysler's past, come by 4214 West Lafayette St in Marianna, FL to view the venerable car company's present and future. You can view our entire selection of stylish, efficient and well-equipped new Chrysler vehicles, have your questions answered, and set up test drives in models that interest you.

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