Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet rolled into the Erie County Historical Society's Hagen History Center Friday morning.

A Crosley car - one of Wright's obsessions - is already featured at the Hagen History Center.

The museum acquired the business and personal offices of the famed architect and built an exhibit around it.

In the exhibit, visitors are transported into his time, organic architecture and vision, right down to the illuminated view out the windows.

Bringing Wright's office to Erie - items once displayed at the Heinz Architectural Center in Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art - has been a multiyear dream for Deutsch and Wright aficionado Tom Hagen.

The Hagen History Center believes it will draw a national Frank Lloyd Wright following.

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