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a.t. wrote a review Jun 2019
Los Angeles, California8 contributions7 helpful votes
The cars were not in good shape and whoever owned them did not have them restored properly. Too many old campers .
Don't waste your time. It really is not a museum, because some people take their cars out and drive them. Don't believe all the hype! There is a lot of vintage junk other than cars.
Date of experience: June 2019
MaceyK wrote a review Feb 2019
Oxnard, California47 contributions6 helpful votes
There are a wide array of cars here. Several were older than I am. Interesting to see some vintage autos you can't see very often. The Lions' had an event here and the staff were helpful and friendly.
Date of experience: January 2019
scott r wrote a review Oct 2018
Silver Spring, Maryland479 contributions132 helpful votes
I am a car nut, and I enjoyed this affordable stop - you can do in an hour - 90 minutes if you really like minutiae and/or closely perusing the model train set (yes, I like those too). There are some oddities here, but more of the non-automotive variety. (I like old campers;…
Date of experience: October 2018
spikeandchopper wrote a review Sep 2018
Simi Valley, California128 contributions64 helpful votes
One of our friends was having a birthday and is a vintage car "nut". We were looking for an auto museum to take him to not far from home & I found this place on the web. It looked good, plus they were having a display of old camping gear & RV's. We went on a Sunday, shortly…
Date of experience: September 2018
Yury Stepunin wrote a review Aug 2018
Mountain View, California2,795 contributions191 helpful votes
To avoid traffic jams at city and crowded beaches on weekend, went to outside and found open museum. Donation ticket only usd9. Extremely polite and sharply smart gentlemen at the entrance. And great collection of arts, I’m not mistaken, cars, posters, rvs, dress, fuel stands,…
Date of experience: August 2018
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