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Moorpark Grinders at 08:30
Brad Brent
Colin +1 Danny
Eric Ron
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Join us for the Nethercutt Museum Ride!
Join us for the Monthly Meeting & Ride to Sylmar on Saturday, January the 11th, that will take us about 80 miles. Starting at Grinders in Moorpark at 08:30, our Ride Captain, Danny, will lead us safely through the roads and have us back around 04:00.

We will have our first meeting of 2020 on January 11th and this is an important meeting for all Chapter Members to attend. We will be re-signing the Chapter Charter, updating STAR Membership status and collecting Ride Waivers for 2020. After the business meeting we will ride down to the Nethercutt Museum in Sylmar and see all the cool cars. After spending some time there we will have lunch at a nearby restaurant and then do a short ride through some of the local canyons.

The Nethercutt Collection features rare collectibles ranging from mechanical musical instruments and antique furniture to the true heart of the collection: over 250 American and European automobiles dating from 1898 to 1997.

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.
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