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  • Guest (wutdhec)

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    Great list - thanks for publishing this.

    For the Inland Empire, probably worth adding the Riverside Auto Museum: http://www.riversideinternational.org/RIAM/Plan_Your_Visit.html

    I've never been but seems worthwhile to visit.

    from Claremont, CA, USA
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  • Guest (Giovanni)

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    Thanks a lot for this! Don't forget to visit Iron & Resin 324 E. Main St. Ventura, who are vintage bikes lovers.

    As Eric says : Could you do the same with Frisco ?? It'd be great !

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  • Aaron McKenzie

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    Anyone driving the Ortega Highway (which runs, approximately, from San Juan Capistrano to Lake Elsinore) should allow some extra time for a run up to the Palomar Observatory. Considered by some to be the most technical road in Southern California, it's a helluva drive. Plus, there's a cool giant telescope at the top of the hill.

    For more info, see here: http://www.motorcycleroads.com/75/111/California/The-Palomar-Mountain-Loop.html

    from New York, NY, USA
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  • Beck

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    These are some of the most intriguing spot to hit up. I'm actually heading down to Laguna Seca for a Mazda event this September, now I really hate myself for not having the extra budget/time to head down to LA. Argh! Well, at least I'll get to drive the Pacific Coastal Hwy.
    Nonetheless, this article is bookmarked for future references! Thanks for posting such an elaborate petrohead's guide for us!

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  • Guest (Pete)

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    If you're taking that drive from Santa Paula to Carpenteria, forget about the 150 to the 101. Just stay on the 33 through the Los Padres National Forest. Once you're past Wheeler Gorge the road is nearly empty (especially compared to Malibu), lots of fast sweeping twists, lots of lupines right now and a strait view of the Channel Islands.

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  • Guest (Ivan)

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    Great list! I just want to offer one correction. The location of Deus Ex Machina was a flower shop previously, not a gas station.

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  • Guest (Jeff)

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    If you are in Ventura county, the Mullin Museum in Oxnard has an outstanding collection of Bugattis and Art Deco French cars. Check and see if it is open when you visit: http://www.mullinautomotivemuseum.com

    It's in the renovated building that used to house the Otis Chandler Collection.

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  • John Larson

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    For the San Gabriel Valley, you'll probably want to add the Justice Brothers Collection, in Duarte, close to the intersection of the 210 and 605 Freeways.

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  • Jeffrey Hicken

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    Don't forget the NHRA Museum in Pomona [http://www.museum.nhra.com/]. Bring a towel, expect a lot of drooling.

  • Guest (Fabiola)

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    Is there anything like this in ny?

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