To coincide with "We Love Auburn Month" officials with the Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum are offering free admission to DeKalb County residents through the end of February.
The Early Ford V-8 Museum is dedicated to 1932-1953 Ford history, including displays that now houses an Early Ford Speed exhibit, industrial engine and farming displays.
Other aspects showcase a 1940s Ford service garage, the Frank Corey Gallery that houses 1932-53 Ford vehicles, and Floyd Motors depiction of a 1936 Ford dealership.
The museum located at 2181 General Doolittle Drive south of Auburn is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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