Museum filled with historic race and collector cars opens in Jacksonville

Brumos Collection on San Pablo Road includes interactive exhibits

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A museum filled with more than three dozen iconic race and collector cars opened Monday afternoon in Jacksonville.

The Brumos Collection’s 35,000-square-foot interactive museum on San Pablo Road South gives a look at racing and automotive history.

The collection of hand-picked, historically acclaimed vehicles includes:

  • 1914 Peugeot L45: It features the world’s first dual overhead camshaft engines -- the ancestors of all high-performance engines to follow.
  • 1923 Miller 122 Grand Prix: Driven by Bugatti racer Count Louis Zborowski, this is considered one of the most complete surviving Millers.
  • 1972 Porsche 917-10: A Can-Am Racer powered by a twin-turbocharged engine that’s capable of 200-plus mph speeds at 1100 horsepower.
  • 1979 Porsche 935: The final evolution of the legendary 911 Carrera as introduced by Brumos Racing in 1973, it boasts a 700-plus horsepower, twin-turbo racer capable of speeds exceeding 200 mph.

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