It was really well done! The first thing we were drawn to was the presidential limousines. It had one from President Reagan all the way back to the fancy horse drawn carriage preferred by Teddy Roosevelt.
I liked the display, "100 Years of the Automobile in American Life". I also liked the Honda, Toyota and VW. It had all kinds of cars on display, not just Fords.
I liked the Model A (from Chile). You'll recognize the Ford Mustang, Cougar and Chevy.
On our way out, we looked at the 1952 Oscar Mayer 'Weinermobile'.
What kid didn't want a ride around the block in that?
We stayed at the museum long after lunch time so we stopped at Panera in nearby downtown Dearborn.
I built another fire with my firestarter (no matches) and we we decided to cook hot dogs and sit and talk by the lake for a while.
That was our day. We loved the museum, spent some time at the mall and finished up with a traditional cook out meal (hotdogs) at the campsite.