If Cars Could Talk

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Wednesday May 12

11:00 AM  –  12:00 PM


Join our friends Alan Gross, Exhibit Chair, & Linda Merkel, Executive Director, from the America on Wheels Museum, the newest member of the America’s Automotive Trust Family, for an exciting talk about the Museum’s exhibit “What’s in a Name”. The Exhibit features cars manufactured by the Hudson Motor Company and the Essex Motor Company between 1911 and 1957. Included are gems such as the 1953 Hudson Hornet 4-door sedan that was the first model ever to be featured in a NASCAR race!


Tune in for May’s If Cars Could Talk to meet our colleagues from the east coast and learn more about this celebrated marque!


Wednesday, May 12, 11 AM - 12PM 






FREE with registration. You will receive your ZOOM link the day of the event.


Programs are on a first come, first served basis. To ensure a virtual seat, register today!

America’s Automotive Trust and its entities – LeMay – America’s Car Museum, RPM Foundation, Club Auto and Concours Club – rely on the generosity of our donors to serve the community and secure America’s automotive heritage through our programs.