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Brumos Collection Is Reopening to the Public on January 21

Autoweek logo Autoweek 1/13/2021 Wes Raynal
a blue truck parked on the side of a road: Collection is adding a vintage Bugatti and a 1923 Locomobile. © Brumos Collection is adding a vintage Bugatti and a 1923 Locomobile.

The Brumos Collection says it is reopening its doors to the public on Thursday, January 21. Following its January 2020 grand opening, the collector-car destination in Jacksonville, Florida, closed to the public last March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.


The Collection is going to be open from Thursday through Saturday starting at 10 a.m., with the last admissions at 4 p.m.

Officials said the collection staff is implementing “extensive health and safety measures for both guests and staff.

“Every reasonable safety precaution will be utilized, including face coverings, sanitizing stations located throughout the facility, strict social distancing guidelines, and the issuance of a Brumos Collection-branded stylus for guest use at all touch-screen vehicle information kiosks,” officials said.

In addition to the vintage cars and memorabilia, two new cars are being added to the display floor, a 1925 Bugatti Type 35 and a 1923 Locomobile Model 48 Series 8 Sportif.

The Bugatti was owned by Manhattan socialite and Standard Oil heir Wallis Bird. Its only race was the 1937 Automobile Racing Club of American Grand Prix. The Locomobile is an unrestored example. Its original stockbroker owner drove it for 30 years!

a car parked in front of a truck: Locomobile © Brumos Locomobile

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