The museum building was previously owned by Otis Chandler, who housed a collection of vintage automobiles and motorcycles here. After Mr. Chandler’s death in 2006, Mr. Mullin acquired the property and began an extensive remodel utilizing the talents of architect David Hertz.
They have amazing PDFs to download for almost all the cars.
We can unfortunately not link to many specific pages on the site but the site is fantastic with lots of information about the cars.
Note: The museum is only open to the public on scheduled Saturdays from 10am to 3pm (10.00-15.00).
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Items Exhibited at the Museum
General Museum Links
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Shop / Merchandising, Parking, Interesting Architecture
Getting to the Museum
Address: 1421 Emerson Avenue, 93033, Oxnard, California (CA), USA, North America
Coordinates: 34.1830531, -119.1635531
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