Walter P. Chrysler Museum Cruise nights came to a close for the 2009 season with another nice turnout last Thursday after the rain passed on through.

Their were 6 cruise nights at the Chrysler museum this summer and like any outdoor event the weather is a major factor.

Out of the 6 cruise nights 3 were effected by the rains. But the 3 that were nice evenings the classic cruisers were out in full force! One evening had 280 plus vehicles..a great turnout!

People come to show off their pride and joy, meet friends and make new ones. And how many cruise nights have a fantastic museum to roam around in also, plus great food and music! So if you were not able to make one of the cruise nights this year at the Chrysler museum don't miss out next year!


During our final cruise night the CEMA (Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association) Club at Chrysler became part of the Adopt-A-Car Program by choosing to adopt the beautiful 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible. CEMA Club VP Lori Emerling along with many of the members presented a check to become part of the new Adopt-a-Vehicle program. We felt it was a great program and it just make sense to us to support this new program. We would encourage other car clubs and individuals to become a proud sponsor also.


Adopt-a-Vehicle

Through the generous donation of money, groups and individuals can proudly support the care and maintenance of not only their chosen adopted vehicle, but the total vintage vehicle collection belonging to the Walter P. Chrysler Museum.


CEMA Club VP Lori Emerling (R) presenting a check to W.P. Chrysler Museum Director Jim Woorten and Senior Manager Lori Pinter, become part of the new Adopt-a-Vehicle program, CEMA chose the beautiful 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible. 

The CEMA Club at Chrysler has been a supporter of the museum from early on and they made a $1000 dollar donation to Walter P. Chrysler Museum Foundation from proceeds from this years 20th Annual CEMA Charity Car Show that was held June 13th.