Justice Brothers Racing Museum and Private Collection
About The Justice Brothers Racing Museum and Private Collection
The Justice Brothers were associated with cars and speed since the earliest years of their life. Growing up tn Paola, Kansas, they started driving before they were teenagers. The lure of the car crazy culture of Southern California called and Ed Justice, Sr. responded by driving out on the famed Route 66 to his new home. The trip was paid for by his three passengers who paid $25 each and were allowed to bring anything that fit in a peck sack. Ed was able to convince his brother Zeke to leave his job at Western Auto in Kansas City by getting him a job with the legendary multi-millionaire Joel Thorne as part of his race shop fabrication crew. Thorne and his crew won the 1946 Indy 500 with George Robson as his driver. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
Monday - Friday : 9 am - 5 pm
Contacting the MuseumPlease do not contact jonniejumble directly about the Justice Brothers Racing Museum and Private Collection as they will not be able to reply to your mail.
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2734 Huntington Drive Duarte, CA 91010,