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An Evening with Chip Foose



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In a relatively short career, Chip Foose has created a legacy of designs and accomplishments that are well beyond his years. Savoy Automobile Museum is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition, What’s in Chip’s Garage?, an exclusive display of Chip’s personal automobiles. The exhibition will open on Tuesday, February 6, and run through Sunday, June 2, 2024.

In conjunction with the exhibition opening, Savoy Automobile Museum will host An Evening with Chip Foose, on Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Ticket purchase is exclusive to active members of Savoy Museum. Due to the anticipated popularity of this event, tickets are limited to four per membership. Museum Member Tickets are $50 plus tax per person and include admission to the reception and program. Savoy Legacy Level Member tickets are $25 plus tax per person. Tickets for An Evening with Chip Foose are limited and subject to availability; advanced ticket purchase is strongly encouraged.

A Meet & Greet Reception will begin at 5:00 pm in the Savoy Café. Enjoy a spread of heavy hors d’oeuvres prepared by the Café Staff and the option of cash bar offerings. At 6:30 pm, guests will move into the Presentation Theatre for a conversation between Chip Foose and Ken Gross, guest moderator. They will discuss Chip’s connection to cars, from working for his father’s company to attending Art Center and majoring in automotive product design, the path of designing and building street rods and customs, and the impact of his television success. Simply put, Chip says, “I like cars. I couldn’t tell you why. It’s an extension of one’s personality. It’s personal freedom.”



The Museum will not be open to the general public on the evening of Saturday, February 10, 2024.

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