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Engines au Naturel: An Unfettered Look Under the Hood at Some of History’s Most Significant Engines

Car and Driver Logo By Don Sherman of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 32: Knowing exactly what bait attracts car enthusiasts, the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan, hosts an Engines Exposed party every year. While visiting this horsepower show, we picked 28 favorites from the more than 60 engines on display, taking the liberty of include one aircraft engine, one train, and one motorcycle in our selection. (Most horsepower figures are SAE gross ratings.) The Engines Exposed exhibit runs through February 28 at the Henry Ford, which is open every day. Transportation curator Matt Anderson will share his expert insights at the museum’s Drive-In Theater at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 18.

Engines au Naturel: An Unfettered Look Under the Hood at Some of History’s Most Significant Engines

Knowing exactly what bait attracts car enthusiasts, the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan, hosts an Engines Exposed party every year. While visiting this horsepower show, we picked 28 favorites from the more than 60 engines on display, taking the liberty of including one aircraft engine, one train, and one motorcycle in our selections. (Most horsepower figures are SAE gross ratings.) 

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