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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Ron328, Oct 11, 2020.
Yes I do.
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Congratulations! Would be great to see some recent pics of it.
Oy vey. Fantastic!
Where is this located
have you looked at the title?
It has come to my attention that the location address of The Brothers Collection was posted here earlier. This should not have happened. The post has been removed. This is a matter of honoring and respecting the wishes of the museum owners to be in control of when the exact physical location of the museum is divulged. THEY will do so when they are ready. I would respectfully ask any readers here that saw the address to not share or divulge the specific location information to anybody else or attempt to visit the property out of massive respect for the owners. If you have already shared the info with others, please copy and paste this message and send a copy to explain the situation. If we work together to contain this information, then I submit the more likely it will be that the museum will be open to the general public at some date in the future. There is currently no guarantee that will happen.
Why are they so secretive about it? If they want to keep the location and their names private then why do they have this thing shown on YouTube, on car websites, and invite car associations for meets? Either have it private or have it out in the open. It's a nice collection, but not as nice as the Simeone one imo, which is nice enough to have demo days so people can see and hear the cars run.