The Nethercutt Collection is free, but if you RSVP ahead of time you can take a tour of the more-special collection and see more fine automobiles along with all of Mr. Nethercutt's self-playing musical machines.
Filing into the special collection with all the LA car fans.
Grandma found a 56 Porsche just like she and Grandpa had. Exact same color and everything.
Up to the second floor to Nethercutt's grandest showroom.
Modeled after the car showrooms of yesteryear.
A real-deal authentic original Duesenberg.
I was down with how they used to buckle on their rear-view mirrors.
Up on the mezzanine, a view of the employee cafeteria.
A collection of car-related curios.
And hood ornaments like crazy. More hood ornaments than I could believe.
I'm sparing you a whole post of hood ornaments but, check it out, the Bentley B flying in both directions.
Then finally up to the topfloor where the most musical instruments were, including this astounding Wurlitzer that played us a rousing concert on its own.
Dining room off the music room for entertaining every Friday night (back in the glory days).
A portion of pipes unveiled for the concert.
Post-Nethercutt, there was only one way one could possibly celebrate: At Twohey's.