Browse over 130 vintage, antique, and muscle cars, and on Sundays, take some for a spin.
Automobile Driving Museum The Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo commemorates a bygone era of auto enthusiasm, providing visitors with an immersive look into the lives of the original owners and collectors of the museum’s fleet.
Saturdays, 31949 Campo Road (state Route 94), Campo 91906. Admission: for adults, for seniors (65 and older) and students with ID and for children ages 6-15.
Show registration in advance, at the park; free to view.
Those of us with a few years under our belts remember when the Paxton planetary-drive blowers were the only game in town, and actually running across one on the street was a real surprise.
Info: Ken Hansen or Andy Mc Coy, tinyurl.com/Volker Rader Vdub.
The semi-successful marriage of the motorcycle and the bicycle was first performed in gas-starved Europe at the end of WWII.
With the news that the Peterson Automotive Museum will be closed for the next year as it receives its first ever design overhaul, you may be wondering where you’re going to get your automobile nostalgia fix or gearhead fix. The Nethercutt Museum and Collection is a little-known treasure.
Unresuscitated, unable to leap Travoltalike into our decade, the moped languishes in the dark recesses of the past, growing ever more obscure, fading like the leisure suit and Ben Gazzara.
So quickly, before everyone who remembers the moped joins the Shah in the hereafter, indulge me, and to celebrate it.