For founding chairman of the Petersen Automotive Museum, Bruce Meyer, the decision isn’t quite as easy. For his garage has to be one of the best hidden car collections in the world, with everything from motorcycles to automotive memorabilia, all carefully curated over six decades.
Join the motorcycle and car racer in his Beverly Hills, California, home, and take an exclusive tour through his extensive garage. The inventory is too long to list, including everything from the first-ever production Shelby Cobra CSX 2001, to a collection of Ferrari race cars including the legendary Ferrari 250 GT SWB, a Le Mans-winning Porsche 935, and even a 4.5-litre Bentley.
It’s one of the best collections we’ve seen to date, with the vehicles all kept in impeccable condition. So shut off distractions and we’ll leave you to discover the rest…
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