The Brumos Collection, closed since March 2020, will reopen on January 21 with two new star cars — a 1925 Bugatti Type 35 and a 1923 Locomobile Model 48 Series 8 Sportif — on display.
“Given the resounding excitement and attention generated from our grand opening a year ago, we’ve been eagerly looking forward to the day when we could reopen our doors to those who are truly passionate about automotive technology, innovation and historical significance,” said Brumos Collection Executive Director Brandon Starks. “With this reopening, we want to emphasize to our guests that we are taking all reasonable precautions to assure their safety and ensure that their visits will be endlessly enjoyable.”
The Bugatti Type 35 was in Standard Oil heir Wallis Bird’s collection and was raced just one time.
The Locomobile is unrestored, and its original owner drove the car for 30 years.
The Brumos Collection is located in Jacksonville, FL, at 5159 San Pablo Road South, 32224. For more information — or to arrange a visit — go to www.thebrumoscollection.com.
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