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Vintage cars, motorcycles, aircraft and more featured at former racetrack

Brooklands Museum features classic vehicles, British aircraft and more

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This beautiful building is full of some of the most amazing cars ever built.

See some of the most beautiful and important Mercedes-Benz cars ever built in this 360-degree video.

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You have two more weekends to visit before it's gone for good.

The museum is only open for two more weekends before its closure after December 18.

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Funky 1960s and 1970s EVs are key to California museum's exhibit.

Los Angeles-area museum shows off electric vehicles dating back more than a century.

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The Petersen Automotive Museum has a whole new look after a 14-month renovation, and this gallery offers an early look at the gorgeous vehicles inside.

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The Detroit Historical Museum prepares to put its 1935 Stout Scarab back on display after 12 years. The nearly priceless car is called the ancestor of the minivan.

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Our On Location video from Milan, Italy includes a stop at Expo Milano 2015, the unveiling of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, and a visit to Alfa's expanded museum.

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A crane toppled in front the Dallas Museum of Art. However, given its interesting position, some bystanders confused it for a new sculpture.

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The Henry Ford Museum has an exhibit called Engines Exposed running through March 15, showing off some of the most important powertrains in automotive history from over 40 classic vehicles.

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Goodyear is donating a 33-year-old gondola that's served under three airships, flown over three Super Bowls and won a Guinness World Record, to the Crawford Auto Aviation Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Englishman David Silver is building a Honda motorcycle museum in Suffolk, England that will house a collection from the fifties to the nineties - everything from the first Cub F engine from 1952 to the Honda CBR900 RR Fireblade in 1992.

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Which Is $7 Million Short Of What He Was Asked To Give

Earlier this year, Matthew Inman, the creator of The Oatmeal, penned a gushing review of his Tesla Model S, and followed it up with a request to Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk for $8 million to help build a museum dedicated to the achievements of the company's namesake because "any less than $8M would pretty much leave us in the same boat we're in now." Musk Tweeted a response that said, "I would be happy to help."

Internet comic writer to build museum dedicated to his hero

Comic artist Matthew Inman announced via his website The Oatmeal today that Elon Musk will donate $1 million towards a museum dedicated to his electric car company's namesake, Nikola Tesla.

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If you're a pony-car enthusiast, this is your year. Not only has Ford introduced an all-new Mustang, but it's also the 50th anniversary of the original. Celebrations and commemorations have been scheduled throughout the year, and not the least of them is the latest exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

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Came For The Press Conference, Stayed For The Classic Cars

Last week, Lamborghini invited us to stop by its Sant'Agata Bolognese headquarters to have a look around the factory and pick up a few technical tidbits about its new Huracán LP 610-4. It won't surprise you to learn this, but Lambo's foyer is pretty rad.

General Motors will manage painstaking work to repair 8 prize vehicles

What Mother Earth devoured, Chevrolet plans to resurrect. The carmaker said Thursday it will oversee restoration of the classic cars swallowed by a huge sinkhole beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.

A 40-foot wide hole swallowed eight classic Corvettes

A 40-foot wide, 25-30-foot deep sinkhole opened up inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky. early Wednesday morning, swallowing eight classic sports cars.

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If you were alarmed when the Petersen Automotive Museum starting selling off large and significant parts of its venerable collection, fret not: the museum isn't in trouble. In fact it's about to embark on what could be its most ambitious rebirth since the late Motor Trend publisher Robert E. Petersen and his wife Margie founded the museum nearly 20 years ago.