2021 Lincoln Homecoming will Feature Two Car Shows, Tour and Symphony

The eighth annual Lincoln Homecoming in August 2021 will feature two different car shows. The first will be a virtual Lincoln car show, which will extend from now through July 28. It will have its own People’s Choice awards by decade, voted on by all persons registered for the virtual car show.

The second event will be in person---the annual Homecoming at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum in Hickory Corners, Mich. on August 12 - 15. The Homecoming will also have People’s Choice awards, by decade.

All Lincolns registered for the virtual car show will also be registered for the in-person car show for the $25 price; in effect, one registration for two car shows. (Complete details on the virtual car show appear on the Events link below)

The theme of the 2021 Homecoming is "Marks Through the Ages," which will recognize all Lincoln Continental Marks, from the first in 1940 to the Mark VIII. Although Continental Marks will be the feature in 2021, Lincolns from all eras are welcome. Four major Lincoln clubs will be represented--the Lincoln Owners Club, Lincoln-Zephyr Owners Club, Road Race Lincoln Register and Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. However, one need not be a member of those Lincoln clubs to display a car at the annual Lincoln Homecoming or participate in the virtual car show.

The 2021 Lincoln Homecoming weekend event will include a countryside tour and luncheon, dinners, an auction and car show. The 2021 Lincoln Homecoming is being hosted by the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum; Homecoming Co-Chairs are Dennis Garrett and Bob Johnson.

Click on the "Learn More" button below for complete information on the 2021 Homecoming.

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The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum is for You! America’s passionate love affair with the Lincoln automobile continues to inspire new generations. This is demonstrated in a variety of ways, including the formation of affinity clubs in which enthusiasts can share their interest in a particular brand or segment of the automotive market, past and present. The Lincoln automobile inspired the creation of four major affinity clubs, these motivated the creation of the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation, its Museum and its work of Sharing the Living Legacy of the Lincoln Motor Cars. The Grand Opening of the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum took place August 9, 2014.

We invite you to explore what we have to offer and visit the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum located on the Gilmore Car Museum Campus in Hickory Corners, Michigan. The Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Events

Lincoln car aficionados and Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Foundation members gather each year at the Gilmore Car Museum for the Annual Homecoming.

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The Cars

Discover more about Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum with its growing collection of motor cars and archive approaching 10,000 individual pieces.

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Brief History of Lincoln

The Lincoln Motor Company was originally organized to manufacture Liberty motors during World War One. When the war effort ended a modern manufacturing plant was born and the decision was made to manufacture a new luxury motorcar.

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Our Foundation

The Lincoln Motor Car Foundation was created preserve the history related to the Lincoln Motor Car and disseminate information to the public.

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The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum is a place of education, fascination and inspiration. It can also be a place of lasting legacy for you. There are a variety of naming, memorial or commemorative opportunities available. Learn how you can be a part of the success of the Lincoln Museum and preserve history for generations to come.

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