Automotive Museum to share Oshawa’s historical past


The Canadian Automotive Museum is interesting for public assist to assist launch a brand new exhibit documenting the story of Oshawa’s automotive legacy.

The exhibit, known as Oshawa’s Automotive Neighborhood, will hint the origins, development, and group impression of Canada’s largest automotive meeting plant, from the primary McLaughlin-Buick vehicle in 1907 to the current. The museum will inform the story of the thousands and thousands of Oshawa-built autos offered around the globe, in addition to spotlight the non-public tales of generations of native residents who outlined their identification by Common Motors.

Supporters can add their title to a donor wall within the exhibit for $50, honour a household legacy with a memorial sponsorship for $200, or turn out to be a basis member for $1,000. Residents are additionally inspired to share their tales and pictures from their time working on the meeting plant.

“With the introduced finish of automotive meeting in Oshawa, that is the proper time to inform the impression of the auto business within the lives of native residents,” stated museum government director Alex Gates.

The exhibition is anticipated to be put in by March Break subsequent 12 months within the museum’s Canadian Gallery with a web based element obtainable by the Digital Museum of Canada.

The museum opened in 1963 and maintains a big assortment of Canadian vehicles. Situated in downtown Oshawa, the museum’s assortment is displayed in a former 1920s Chevrolet dealership constructing.

The museum is open Monday to Friday 10 am to 4:30 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10 am to Four pm.

For extra info, go to www.CanadianAutomotiveMuseum.com/Oshawa or name 905-576-1222.





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