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Jack was a charter member of the Rolls Royce Owners Club of America. The 'Jack Frost Award' is an annual award given by the RROC to the most popular automobile at the yearly National Rolls Royce Meet.

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About Jack Frost

JACK A. FROST WAS AN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPPLIER OF LIGHTING FOR THE MOTION PICTURE AND STUDIO INDUSTRY. HE WAS THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF DETROIT’S COBO HALL IN THE LATE 1950s.

JACK WAS A CHARTER MEMBER AND FOUNDER OF THE ROLLS ROYCE CLUB OF AMERICA. THE “JACK FROST AWARD” IS GIVEN TO THE MOST POPULAR AUTOMOBILE ANNUALLY AT THE NATIONAL ROLLS ROYCE MEET.

JACK FROST’S PASSION FOR CARS DROVE HIM TO BUILD THE 62-ACRE MUSEUM WITH 11 BUILDINGS. STARTING IN THE 1920’S, COMPLETING THE LAST BUILDING IN 1961. 55 CARS WERE RESTORED AT THE JACK FROST AUTO MUSEUM FOR THE COLLECTION. JACK’S DEATH IN 1982 THREW THE MUSEUM IN TRUST FOR FIVE YEARS UNTIL DALE WELLS MADE THE PURCHASE IN 1987, MAKING THE MUSEUM AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.

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