Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Foundation Museum Progress 

Hickory Corners, Michigan – June 24, 2014

The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum

The walls are up and the new Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum space is now enclosed, all accomplished since ground was broken for the Museum on June 1, 2013. Plans are rapidly moving ahead for the dedication weekend later this summer that will culminate on August 9th. There will be four days of special activities for Lincoln automobile aficionados beginning Wednesday, August 6th. We expect a strong turnout, so make your plans now. 

“We are pleased with the progress of the new museum. It will help develop broader recognition for the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Foundation, its new Museum and this summer’s dedication,” said Jack Eby, who has served as chairman of the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation since its founding. “Anyone wishing to help can provide support through a variety of giving opportunities or donate items to the museum collection. All this and more can be accomplished online using the Foundation website.”

The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum will be a place of education, fascination and inspiration. Among the 25 automobiles that will be on display when the museum opens are a one-off 1939 Lincoln K convertible sedan built by LeBaron-Briggs for a North American tour by the King and Queen of England; an unrestored, original 1955 Continental Mark II; a Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance award winning 1928 Lincoln Judkins Berline; and more.