I'm guessing Jay Leno loves this place. With over 150 vehicles on display, you can spend hours looking inside and out. It's fascinating to see how cars and technology have evolved over the years.
In addition, I'm happy to see how safety has also improved. I'd be scared to take to the streets in some of these cars and contraptions! Some of the collection dates back to the early 1900s. Needless to say, things have changed -- big time.
When I noted that the museum feels partially like an auto dealership, that's because some of the vehicles are for sale. If you're a car buff, you'd likely get a thrill out of owning one of the classic cars and fixing it up to be a real beauty.
The ultimate car lover's paradise
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