Visiting The World’s Largest Automotive Museum with Michael Bodell

We’re talking to Director and COO of The Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, Michael Bodell. Ever seen a video of a white room with hundreds of rare cars? Likely filmed at the PAM. But there is so much more than just the cars in “The Vault.” We talk about three new exhibits on display and get a full audio tour – from the collections, to how to support the museum, to dealing with the limitations of COVID (which has required public closure since March 20200. Count how many times you say “wow!’ while listening and just tell us this one isn’t on your bucket list when you get to the end!


Available now on Amazon, Drop, Throttle, Oversteer: Collecting & Investing in Classic Cars by our very own host, Jason Paynter!

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