Founder J.B. Nethercutt spent a lifetime establishing this collection of
historic importance. Unique to automobile museums, each car on display is
attentively serviced and maintained to remain as drivable as when the vehicle
originally rolled off the showroom floor. On view are various Pebble Beach
Concours d’Elegance winners and cars once owned by movie stars, royalty and
other notable personalities.
The entire collection is housed in two beautifully appointed exhibit facilities
located just north of Los Angeles. Housed in the Museum is the
Nethercutt Automotive Research Library and Archives
, one of the world’s top automotive
research facilities. Just steps outside the Museum are a resplendently restored
steam locomotive and railcar.
Opened in 1971, The Nethercutt Collection is a not-for-profit educational institution
and a resource for automobile enthusiasts, historians, students and scholars.
It is open to the public at no charge.