We're getting excited for a big day, Saturday, October 22 as Ferraris from the Ferrari Club of America roll into OHTM! 15 to 18 cars are expected to visit from approximately 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Standard museum admission rates apply, don't miss these special guests!
For folks inquiring about the weather impacting the event, club organizers have assured us that we may see a slightly lower number of vehicles if it rains, however there will absolutely be a "gaggle of Ferraris" no matter what mother nature brings!
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Looking for an autumn dose of automotive eye candy? The Ferrari Club of New England will be visiting the Museum Saturday, Oct. 22 at 12:00 p.m. with 12 to 16 Ferraris of various models. The public is encouraged to visit the Museum and take advantage of this rare opportunity to check out these beautiful machines. The Ferraris will be on Runway 17 for approximately two hours. Standard museum admission rates apply.
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On October 17, 1902 the first Cadillac, a single-cylinder lightweight vehicle, was given its maiden test drive by Alanson P. Brush. A Detroit native, 24-year-old Brush was a Leland and Falconer engineer who had contributed substantially to the car's design, he would later build the Brush Runabout.
The OHTM collection includes two early Cadillacs: a 1907 Cadillac Runabout and a 1911 Cadillac Model 30. Both vehicles are regularly demonstrated at the Museum's seasonal special events, and lucky visitors often have the opportunity to catch a ride as a component of the demonstration!
Pictured: Ground Vehicle Conservator Warren Kincaid takes two smiling young auto enthusiasts for a ride back in time in our 1907 Cadillac Runabout during the Museum's 2016 All-American Auto Meet.