The Beller Museum was founded in 1993 by Jordon and Corinne Beller. It assembled and showcases the evident examples of automotive evolution of Detroit's region.
The displayed items include different kinds of vehicles, parts and tools, in short words all that can be related to the theme of vehicles. Some of the vehicles are restored, others are left in the genuine working or not working condition. There are examples that were completely renewed from separate parts.
The book collection makes the general idea of the museum more complete. It enriches our imagination concerning the period 1920's-1950's. The noticeable section of this collection is the one with the focus on print advertising of Ford cars and trucks spanning the period of '20's through '30's.