|Location||Sylmar, California, USA|
|Key holdings||1912 De Dion Roadster,|
1930 Cord L-29 Town Car,
1930 Du Pont Town Car,
Irene Dunne's 1931 Packard,
1933 Duesenberg Model SJ
|Collections||Automobiles and mechanical musical instruments|
|Collection size||250+ automobiles|
(about 50 on display at a time)
|Founder||J. B. Nethercutt|
The Nethercutt Collection is a multi-storied museum located in Sylmar, California, USA. Its centerpiece is its automobile collection, which has led Autoweek to call the Nethercutt Collection one of America's five greatest automobile museums.
The collection is located at 15200 Bledsoe Street in the Los Angeles suburb of Sylmar. Outside the building, the CPR steam locomotive Royal Hudson Nr. 2839 is presented together with a 1912 Pullman Private Car.
The Nethercutt Collection was founded in 1972 by J. B. Nethercutt (1913–2004), who was the co-founder of Merle Norman Cosmetics.
Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ
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