The term “Orphan Cars” refers to those built by manufacturers that have since stopped production and gone out of business. The products of once famous companies such as Pontiac, Mercury and Studebaker will appear alongside more infamous projects such as Delorean and Edsel. As a bonus within the exhibit, visitors will also view a group of micro cars such as the Vespa and Sebring – Vanguard Citicar. Orphan cars are often the product of big dreams but small budgets, mismanagement of once great companies or flawed designs. Come and see which car companies were once major players in the automotive world, which were mere footnotes in history and which were the infamous flops. Some vehicles on site will be: 1954 Pontiac Chieftain, 1954 Studebaker Commander Coupe, 1957 Hudson Hornet, 1959 Edsel Station Wagon, 1982 Delorean, 1963 R2 Avanti, 1953 Desoto and more.
Be sure to stop by, Exhibit ends on October 12th!