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The article "Museums, Casinos and Motown: The Detroit Outside Cobo Center" appeared in the September/October 2001 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Besides Gear Expo 2001, Detroit is home to a museum with an 1896 Durya Motor Wagon, America's first production car; home to a casino in a building that use to be Internal Revenue Service offices; and home to the studio where Diana Ross and the Supremes recorded "Stop in the Name of Love."

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