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« Car Crazy | Main | Down on Main Street, out on Woodward »

August 15, 2008


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Great pic! I love the vintage car and neon lights. Half expect to see milkshakes and taffeta skirts.


Thanks, Caitlin!

Meanwhile, there will be plenty of poodle skirts and shakin' goin' on out on Woodward tonight.

I just got a call from a friend telling me to keep an eye out for the Monkeemobile she saw cruising up there a few minutes ago.


I didn't know there was a Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn! I am so going!


Thank you for sharing your picture of this beautiful old neon sitn. I have a strange fascination with old neon signs (Seattle, where I live, is a good city for them), so I appreciate it.



The Henry Ford is part of the Greenfield Village complex. A quick trip over from A2 :)
There's also an Imax theater there, so there's always something going on--even in the winter when the Village is closed. The Henry Ford has a great collection of vintage cars ('natch), but there are lots of other displays as well. Plenty to keep you busy for the better part of a day!


Thanks, Debbie.

I've always loved this particular sign because of the local connection to me :)

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