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Old 04-08-2021, 10:12 PM   #21
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1922 Ford Model T Centerdoor. This Museum is definitely worth visiting if you are in the Detroit area.
There are plenty of exhibits to look at.
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Default Re: Ford Piquette Avenue - Model T Museum

Most Ford guys, especially Model T guys, have been to the Piquette plant. Every September, we have a Model T birthday party there, to celebrate where the Model T was designed and first built. My 1909 Model T rolled out of the Piquette plant in June 1909. I drive it from West of Pontiac Michigan, down Woodward Ave. (main street in Detroit) to the Piquette plant every September for the birthday party and then back home, about 60 miles round trip.
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