For $100 on Amazon, you can by this 1:24 replica of JFK's limo, which is made by Yat Ming.
Looking at it is a more informative and valuable experience than going to the Henry Ford Museum and looking at this:
What a disgrace that the Henry Ford Museum would display the limo covered. And then with the tinted glass and the distance barrier, it defies the whole purpose of seeing a piece of history up-close. They want you to commemorate the murder of President Kennedy but not use the car to analyze the shooting and the official story. They should have displayed the real thing as well as Yat Ming did the replica. They didn't because they didn't want people to get a good look at it. They didn't want it to be a springboard to people questioning the official story.