Lingenfelter Collection Hosts Motor City Memories

Benefit for Alzheimer's Association


On the evening of June 7th, the Lingenfelter Car Collection in Brighton will open its doors from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. to host Motor City Memories, a charity event benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association. The Lingenfelter Car Collection located at 7819 Lochlin Drive in Brighton, owned by Ken and Kristin Lingenfelter, showcases 150 of the finest automobiles in the country (take a sneak peak at 

Motor City Memories is a remarkable opportunity for guests to view the world-renowned collection while fueling the Association’s mission-related initiatives of care, support and research.

Guests will be treated to strolling hors d’oeuvres catered by Savoir Fare Catering and locally recognized Chef Charles Keeps.  In addition to seeing the remarkable collection, enjoying delicious refreshments, and listening to live music performed by the Depot Town Big Band, guests will be invited to enter a raffle to win an exceptional and stunning diamond necklace donated by Astrein’s Creative Jewelers and valued at $3,200.  Raffle tickets can be bought for only $20 in advance or at the event.

Event tickets are $75 per person in advance, $85 at the door (includes food and two drink tickets).  If you are interested in purchasing tickets, please contact Marilyn at 248.996.1048 or or visit to purchase online event tickets.


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