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    GM Tunnel Of Love

    Welcome to the GM Tunnel of Love in Detroit. Even the public and the media aren't allowed in this building. Very few people know it exists.

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    Cool cars, Thanks. I even remember some of them when they were new, rode in a few like them too.
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    Amazing cars and with no electronic gizmo's, they'll be the only drivable vehicles after an electronic pulse kills everything with a chip which controls all our modern stuff.
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    Odd that the press or public cant view it. Nice stuff.
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    Oh man,some of those bring back memories of my motorhead days.

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    cool...I remember seeing some of the concept cars from reading magazines way back when. I'm glad they didnt destroy them. But sad they wont allow the public in to see'em. It would've been a great trip .
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    Here is a link to the center. GM Heritage Center - We Make History Every Day
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    Here's how you get inside.

    Group Tours
    Group tours are available to groups, clubs, or staffs, and require a 30-person minimum. A fee of $10 per person is charged for tours scheduled Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. A fee of $20 per person is charged for tours scheduled after hours or on Saturdays. Sunday and Holiday tours will be quoted by the GM Heritage Center event coordinator. Guests should allocate about 1.5 hours for their tour.
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    Very cool!

    I have to admit, I knew nothing about it.
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    Thanks for sharing!

    My mother (engineer for GM) toured the building a couple years ago and said it was amazing. Still waiting for her to invite me
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