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Sorry for the short notice but I just got a call from Justice Brothers and we will have to Cancel the visit for this weekend. They have had some damage to the roof from all the rain and need to empty the museum for repairs on Monday.
I will be working with them to reschedule in the next few weeks.
Los Angeles Gathering March 13th at Justice Brothers Racing Museum in Duarte

I would like to invite you to join the CorvetteForum for a visit to Justice Brothers Racing Museum The Museum is only open to the public during the week. BUT I have been able to work with the Great people at Justice Brothers in Duarte to allow us to Visit their Museum on Sunday March 13th. They have set aside room for 80 people from the forum to attend. So I will need a head count from you as you sign-up.

I would like to give the manager a ruff number of people by March 5th so please sign up on this post. Maybe a trip to Hooters after the museum tour.

I will not be setting up a Cruise for afterward. But if someone or Club from the area would like to organize a cruise for afterward feel free to post on this tread.

I am organizing a gathering on:
Date Sunday March 13th Admission is FREE
Time 8:30 am (They are opening the doors for us at 9:00am till 11:00am)
Location Justice Brothers
2734 E. Huntington Dr.
Duarte, CA


The Justice Brothers Racing Museum in Duarte. California is a terrific place to see the evolution of motor sports. Founded in 1985, the Museum has a wide variety of vintage circle track racecars, ice racing motorcycles, street rods, restored classics, Indy cars from past and present (including two from the Sylvester Stallone movie Driven), dragsters, midgets, a stadium truck, historic engines, model cars, antique gas pumps and even a Pitts acrobatic biplane hanging from the ceiling! Best of all the Justice Brothers Museum is arranged with the automotive enthusiast in mind: no ropes or railings separate the visitor from these steel and aluminum works of art. This incredible collection is a must-see. The Justice Brothers Racing Museum has free admission

http://www.justicebrothers.com/racing&museum.htm



Directions
From the 605 Freeway, drive north toward the 210 freeway. Take the Huntington Drive exit at the end of the 605 freeway, instead of taking the 210 East or West. Turn right at the signal light and drive east 6-tenths of a mile. We are on your right after you pass through the Las Lomas intersection.
From the Eastbound or Westbound 210 Freeway, take the Mt. Olive exit to Huntington Drive. Turn right at the signal light and drive east 6-tenths of a mile. We are on your right after you pass through the Las Lomas intersection.
 

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I can do that Chuck...

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