CLEVELAND — The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has installed inductee Bruce Springsteen's 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle into the museum.
The Chevelle represents one of the most iconic car lyrics in music history.
Once owned by The Boss, the car is now on display on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's lower level.
The car is on loan to the museum from Toby Scott.
Scott is a sound engineer who worked on 18 of Springsteen's albums, including Darkness On the Edge of Town, Born in the U.S.A. and Tunnel of Love.
The Boss gifted the car to Scott in 1988.
In addition to Springsteen's car, the museum has recently opened up new exhibits including the 2020 Inductee Exhibit honoring this year's class.
This year's inductees are Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Nine Inch Nails, Notorious B.I.G., T Rex, Whitney Houston and Ahmet Ertegun honorees Irving Azoff and Jon Landua.
Another recently opened exhibit called It's Been Said All Along, Voices of Rage, Hope and Empowerment spotlights how artists throughout the generations from Aretha Franklin, Sam Cooke and James Brown to Public Enemy, Rage Against the Machine and Miles Mosely, have used music as a platfor for social justice.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is open daily from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm with social distancing guidelines.
Tickets must be purchased online in advance at rockhall.com.