Not to be confused with Bruce Meyers, the inventor of the Dune Buggy, Bruce Meyer is a car collector extraordinaire and generally regarded as the man who first saw the historic value in old hot rods and began adding the right cars to his collection more than 30 years ago.
Housed in an anonymous brick building on Los Angeles’ west side, Bruce Meyer's diverse collection is to die for and includes the first production Cobra CSX2001, the 1962 Greer, Black, Prudhomme Top Fuel dragster, the SO-CAL Speed Shop belly tank lakester, the Doane Spencer and Bob McGee Deuce Roadsters, the 1979 Le Mans-winning Kremer Porsche 935 K3 and several Ferraris. The list goes on.
Few but the fortunate get to see Bruce Meyer's collection, and passers walking by have no idea what jewels are hidden behind those walls.
Housed in an anonymous brick building on Los Angeles’ west side, the diverse collection is to die for…
However, he is very accommodating when it comes to sharing his vehicles with others having taken them to shows and events all over the world from Goodwood to Pebble Beach. He is even a member of the exclusive Bonneville 200 MPH Club and even drove one of his roadsters at 204 mph.
As a ‘kick off’ to the Petersen Automotive Museum’s 25th Anniversary year-long celebrations, Bruce, who helped found the museum in 1994 with its namesake Robert E. Petersen, was asked to lend his cars to a very special display.
…passers walking by have no idea what jewels are hidden behind those walls.
Titled Winning Numbers: The First, The Fastest, The Famous, the newly opened exhibit features 10 of Bruce Meyer's groundbreaking racecars:
Winning Numbers will be open until January 19, 2020, so you have plenty of time to visit. For more information, visit petersen.org