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Petersen Auto Museum Opens ‘The Porsche Effect’

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The Petersen Automotive Museum has been a stable of the Los Angeles art district for quite some time now opening its’ doors in 1994 at the corner of Fairfax Ave and Wilshire Boulevard. Their latest display is called ‘The Porsche Effect’ which is to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the sports car brand Porsche.

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The legendary museum is full of even more iconic race cars and road cars from throughout the years. Everything from a 1938 Type 64 race car to a Porsche 935 K3 LeMan winner. What is so over the top awesome about the exhibition is the small collectibles from the history of Porsche, threre are original drawings from the development of the 911 on display and even Ferdinand Porsche’s own personal passport.

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