A 1937 Horch 853 Sports Cabriolet, owned by Aaron Weiss, was awarded Best of Show out of more than 100 accepted entrants today during the Petersen Concours d’Elegance.
The world-famous Petersen Automotive Museum is putting together the first-ever global Cars & Coffee.
In response to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, a few automotive museums will be offering virtual tours for people to pass the time while in quarantine.
For this episode, we caught up with Dan Kahn, co-creator of a little documentary film called 8 Meters – Triumph, Tragedy and a Photo Finish, and prominent Los Angeles automotive collector and co-founder of the Petersen Automotive Museum Bruce Meyer.
The new movie “Ford v Ferrari” has inspired the release of real information about the movie’s starring cars, the people involved and the stories surrounding them.
The minds behind the Petersen Automotive Museum have a knack for making first impressions, and it all starts with the lobby.
Something needs to be done to ease congestion on our roads. The question is, what changes are needed and which are wanted?
On Feb. 23, 2019, the Petersen Automotive Museum will open the doors to its newest exhibit: “Winning Numbers: The First, The Fastest, The Famous.”
On May 26th, the Petersen Automotive Museum will unveil its newest exhibit, “The Roots of Monozukuri: Creative Spirit in Japanese Automaking.”
Petersen is currently housing 50 of the rarest pieces of Stuttgart metal this side of the Atlantic.