Petersen Automotive Museum Renovation

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Gayle Anderson was live in Los Angeles on Museum Row to see the completion of the exterior renovation of the Petersen Automotive Museum. The Museum is scheduled to reopen December 2015.

Follow the construction of the iconic Petersen Automotive Museum as both the exterior and interior are transformed. Watch in real-time or time-lapse HERE.

While the reconstruction is underway, there are many activities, contests, and online interactive events. For the latest information and events, visit the website.

And, the Petersen Automotive Museum wants to work with the Indiegogo community to restore this 3-wheeled 1948 Davis Divan back to its original glory.  They’re hoping to raise $30,000 in order to do so. Help restore the 3-wheeled car that once graced the cover of @MotorTrend magazine…click HERE.

  • The Petersen is a 501(c)(3) non-profit automotive museum located in Los Angeles, Ca.
  • This Davis is 1 of only 17 ever built.  It was one of only a handful of rare cars to be made in Los Angeles.
  • If they achieve their goal, the museum will be able to restore the Davis back to its original color and make it as authentic as the day it was built.

Take a look at this most unusual classic car HERE.

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at


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