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Bruce Meyer is a life long classic car enthusiast and one of the most vocal ambassadors of the collector-car hobby. He has built a world-class collection of important motor vehicles, he is a racer holding several records and an inspiring philanthropist. As an active participant he enjoys driving in events around the world and serves on the board of many museums including the Nethercutt Collection, the Petersen Automotive Museum, The Mullin Automotive Museum and the LeMay Museum. He is the founding chairman of the Petersen Automotive Museum and their Checkered Flag 200 group. Bruce is a serious cheerleader for the car hobby and industry.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Buy the best you can and cry only once.”

CAREER CHALLENGE

Bruce was involved at the beginning of the Petersen Museum and there were no automotive enthusiasts involved. Bruce started the Checkered Flag 200 to encourage enthusiasts to join, contribute and support this new venture. The challenge was to keep this group going and growing.

AH-HA MOMENT

Learning the importance of how important your word and a handshake is.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1961 Porsche 356

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

On the track, always look ahead.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

Autoweek – www.autoweek.com

FAVORITE BOOK 

World Registery of Cobras and GT40s – Rick Kopec

PARTING ADVICE 

Pick a passion that has a wonderful cadre of people involved.

HOW TO FIND BRUCE

The Petersen Automotive Museum – www.petersen.org

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