Big three automakers trying to help save Detroit's art

The big three auto-makers in Detroit are doing their part to save the city's art collection.

Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler are chipping in $26-million to the grand bargain fund to protect the city's trove of art treasures from being sold off.


Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder was on hand for the announcement calling it historic.


"It's a fragile come back. Our work is not done yet. And we need to follow through," says Snyder.


The hope is to get other big Michigan corporations to contribute.

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