The incredible Mullin Museum in lovely Oxnard, California was open this past Saturday. I had a Dutch visitor, fellow Kinjanaut Jobjoris, in town, so we met the somewhat local TFritch up there for an afternoon of some of the most magnificent cars you can see anywhere. Primarily French save for a Tatra and a Biscuter (designed by a French guy), it’s one of the most important collections in the world. These cars are mind blowing in person. It’s a building full of concours winners that you only see in books or on t.v. Only 16 bucks to get in, too. I recommend the friendly guide Mike S. except when it comes to Citroëns about which he knows merde.

You’re greeted by this flying DS (actually an ID body). It’s a recreation of a famous Citroën auto show display.

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A beautiful brown Peugeot 402L Cabriolet. This car has the first retractable hardtop.

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Always fun to see a Dyane especially amongst such illustrious company.

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