Located on the southeast corner of East Cross Street and River Street, at the east end of Ypsilanti, Michigan's Depot Town district, the museum is located in one of the last Hudson car dealers, and is an interesting site on its own. The Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum tells the story of the companies that once were part of the automotive lore of the area: Apex Motors, Hudson, Hydromatic Transmissions, Kaiser Frazer, Tucker and the famous (infamous) Chevrolet Corvair. The more than 30 authentic cars that represent these companies are only part of the exhibits as every corner and scrap of wall surface is filled with artwork, displays, memorabilia and photographs. One of the "movie" Tuckers is also on display, as the only examples of this historic marque, are extremely rare and found only in museums and other private collections. A small room devoted to the Willow Run factory as well as a gift shop are also found at the museum. An interesting and unique museum, not to be missed if you are interested in automotive history.