Vintage Automobiles at Haven Hill

The Friends of Highland Recreation Area have been truly privileged over the years by having vintage automobile organizations visit Edsel and Eleanor Ford’s former Haven Hill estate properties in Highland/White Lake Michigan’s Highland State Recreation Area. What better partnership of our efforts to restore and repurpose Haven Hill as a magnificent story of automotive history than to have beautiful and beloved vintage automobiles and their owners at Haven Hill!

The Livingston A’s

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The A’s have driven their fine Ford automobiles to the Haven Hill Festival every year since its inception in 2009 as dedicated supporters of the Friends of Highland Recreation Area. The Livingston A’s own many absolutely gorgeous Model A Ford cars of all types and colors. Between 1928 and 1932 nearly 5 million of nine different body styles of Model A Fords were sold across America, 5 million! Prices ranged from $385 for a base model, to $1400 for the top-of-the-line “Town Car”. The design team for the Model A was led by Henry Ford’s son Edsel, who with his wife Eleanor and their children were the original residents of the beautiful Haven Hill Estate that is now the location of the Highland State Recreation Area and the Haven Hill Festival.

The Friends of Highland Recreation Area wish to thank the Livingston A's for their dedication to the Haven Hill Festival and the sincere efforts of the Friends of Highland Recreation Area support group.

The Casual T’s

The Casual T’s arrived at Haven Hill during the 2019 Redbud Reveal seasoning opening yearly event. The beautiful autos and their owners had a wonderful day, and Haven Hill was truly alive with history as they drove around the park.

 

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