In my opinion Detroit is one of the most interesting city’s in regards to culture. It is interesting to see how you are almost guaranteed to meet someone from the city who has worked with or knows someone who has worked under General Motors and Ford. Even my first job ever was at the Ford Piquette Plant Museum (here is the link to their website https://www.fordpiquetteplant.org) which was the birthplace of Model-T and houses the majority of the Henry Ford’s car models dating back to the very first car model he sold. I highly recommend visiting if you are interested in cars and learning more about Henry Ford himself. The museum is the actual factory where he built the cars and you can view inside of his office and there is a hidden area that is now uncovered that is discussed at the very end of the tour of the building so if you want to learn about it be sure to visit! Also, I always see older models on cars driving throughout downtown which are owned by other Detroiters and not the city. I remember I used to love visiting car shows Downtown and seeing the past and present generations of cars and trucks. Detroit truly is a motor city!