Police say two classic cars that were brought to the Detroit area for a car festival got stolen from a hotel parking lot.
WDIV-TV reports the 1916 Model T and a 1931 Model A were taken sometime Saturday night or early Sunday from the hotel in Allen Park. The classic Fords were swiped along with a car hauler and pickup truck.
Chip Stout tells the station that he and his family had traveled from Columbus, Ohio, to attend the Old Car Festival at Greenfield Village in Dearborn. He estimates the truck, trailer and classic vehicles are worth about $75,000.
Greenfield Village is part of The Henry Ford, a suburban Detroit attraction that includes Henry Ford Museum.
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