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Photos from the Reopening of the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

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Words and photos by Mary Lendzion

When the Coronavirus caused businesses around the world to close their doors back in March, people watched and wondered which ones would be able to reopen. Sadly, some have not been able to, but among those that have is the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan, where historical cars, planes and other interesting items are housed. The museum, near Ford World Headquarters, welcomed members back on July 2, and will welcome nonmembers back on July 9. We saw everything from the Ford GT40 Mark IV, which won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Goldenrod, which set a land speed record, the Mustang with serial number 001 and the Ford Tri-Motor airplane, among hundreds of other items, and here are some photos from our visit on July 4.

 


Mary Lendzion
Mary Lendzion
Formerly a writer at the Detroit Free Press, Mary Lendzion has written for NMCA and NMRA for more than ten years. She's also the director of media and public relations for Summit Motorsports Park, and spends as much time as possible racing her Mustang.
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