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If Cars Could Talk – Remembering Harold LeMay
April 5, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Don’t miss your chance to hear first-hand accounts of Harold E. LeMay’s passion for cars and collecting. As the founder of LeMay – America’s Car Museum, the story of Harold’s affinity for a wide cross section of automobiles is core to the mission of ACM – to preserve and interpret the history and technology of the automobile and its influence on American culture. Harold bought cars for their historical, cultural, and aesthetic value rather than as an investment. He said, “I don’t go for just the dollar value car”¦ I see it, I like it, I buy it.”
Lance Lambert, a local author and host of the internationally broadcast Vintage Vehicle Show, will engage Nancy LeMay, Paul E. Miller (ACM President/COO), and Karl Anderson (ACM Board of Directors) in recounting some of their favorite stories. Enjoy learning more about Harold’s favorite cars then see many of them first-hand in Lucky’s Garage, our permanent exhibit to pay tribute to Harold’s life and passion for collecting.
If Cars Could Talk and Museum admission are FREE for ACM and LeMay Family Collection members. If Cars Could Talk is free with admission for all other visitors. Pre-register here to reserve your seat for this special program. You may bring your own lunch to the program or enjoy lunch in Classics by Pacific Grill before or after the program.