Explore the engines that shaped America at Henry Ford

Beginning January 10 through March 15, auto lovers will have the opportunity to look under the hood of more than 40 vehicles that have shaped the history of America during Engines Exposed at Henry Ford Museum.  

Some of the vehicles of the Driving America exhibit included: the 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air, 1948 Tucker 48 Sedan, the 1936 Lincoln Zephyr and the 1916 Woods Dual Hybrid Coupe. 

During this nine-week expo, guests can get behind-the-scenes details during a daily presentation in the Douglas Drive-in Theater on some of the most unique and significant automobiles and learn about key innovations of these engines.

Auto fans will have the opportunity to gain insights from one curator of transportation on Saturday January 10, January 17 and March 14 at 1 p.m.

Also, guests can enjoy of the Henry Ford's kitchen sink engine in the Museum Plaza and explore one of their 18 digital kiosks throughout Driving America.

For the young ones, there are opportunities to get hands-on during Tinker.Hack.Invent on Saturdays.

In January, guests will explore the positives and negatives of fuel options. In February, families can explore the inner workings of engines. 

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