“an antique automobile collection”
J.B. Nethercutt began his collection of automobiles in 1956, with the
purchase of two antiques, a 1936 Duesenberg Convertible Roadster for
$5,000 and a 1930 DuPont Town Car for $500. Nethercutt refurbished the
antique cars and entered them in the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in
1958. The DuPont won the coveted "Best in Show" award.
Through the rest of his life, Nethercutt continued to collect and
refurbish antique automobiles, and in 1971 he and his wife opened their
collection to the public, to view for free.
Make a reservation for a guided tour of "The Collection." It's free as is the museum (not guided) across the street.
Dozens of working vintage cars in a free air conditioned showroom, plus a research library and vintage train car out back. A hidden gem!
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