"Come View the Finest Automobiles Ever Made! Wills Sainte Claire"
Worlds largest collection of Wills Sainte Claire Automobiles produced in Marysville, Michigan from 1921 until 1926. C. Harold Wills was Henry Fords Fords first employee at Ford Motor Company and was instrumental in designing every car produced including the Model T, that put the world on wheels.
He went off on his own in 1919 to produce a car named for himself and the beautiful St. Clair River, where the car was produced.
The Museum is open the second Sunday of the month from 1 until 5 PM.
Huge thanks to Terry Ernest for adding the Museum via our form.
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 1-25
Items Exhibited at the Museum
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Shop / Merchandising
Getting to the Museum
Address: 2408 Wills Street, 48060, Marysville, Michigan (MI), USA, North America
Coordinates: 42.886445, -82.48531
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