Off to LA for the Re-Opening of the Petersen Automotive Museum

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We could not be more excited for the grand re-opening of the Petersen Automotive Museum. I’m hopping on a plane to LA tonight so I can be there when the doors open. The museum was beautiful before, with its rare collector cars and special exhibits that make car-lovers everywhere drool,┬ábut it just underwent a $90 Million overhaul. So what was once a beautiful, historic automotive museum, is now a state-of-the-art, world-class automotive experience.

If you want to see some preview photos, check out this article on Jalopnik.

Remember ADRNLN? The Ringbrothers Pantera I bought at Barrett-Jackson in January? Well, I decided it didn’t need to sit in our garage any longer collecting dust. So I loaned it to the Petersen Museum, so that automotive enthusiasts that visit the museum from all over the world can bask in its beauty.

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So next time you’re in LA,┬áput a visit to the Petersen on your priority list.

I’ll try to post photos on Twitter and Instagram from the museum tomorrow. Can’t wait!


  1. Hi a friend just called to say you featured a 67 firebird 326 Ho. I am interested because I have owned one for 35yrs all original matching no’s. I would love to see that show since I rarely see anyone doing a show with 67 firebirds and still even more rare with the 326 Ho model. I would be interested to know what you did to it and what you got for them.

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