1951 Nash Statesman displayed during the Sunday Driver series, 2012.
1951 Nash Statesman - a Sunday Driver, 2012.

Automobile Driving Museum

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El Segundo, California

Classic car museums have to turn on their automobiles every now and then to keep the mechanical innards from fossilizing. The Automobile Driving Museum has taken that chore and turned it into a unique visitor attraction: every Sunday it rolls out three of its cars and gives tourists a ride! Luck plays a huge role in what car you get, but you could end up being driven around El Segundo in a 1959 Edsel, a 1975 Pacer (the Wayne's World car), or a 1936 Packard owned by genocidal dictator Josef Stalin.

Automobile Driving Museum

Address:
610 Lairport St., El Segundo, CA
Directions:
I-105 exit 1B onto Hwy 1/Sepulveda Blvd. Drive south for two blocks, turn left onto Maple Ave., then turn right onto Lairport St. The museum is on the left.
Hours:
Tu-Su 10 am - 4 pm. (Call to verify)
Phone:
310-909-0950
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