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KUSI and San Diego Automotive Museum talk about Cars and Coffee

S.D. Auto Museum's "Cars with Character" exhibit features famous film cars.

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Louie Mattar's fabulous car had a washing machine, drinking fountain and so much more

San Diego Automotive Museum proudly displays 1947 Cadillac that traveled 6,320 miles without stopping.

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CBS “The Zevely Zone” Louie Mattar's Fabulous Car

Louie Mattar's fabulous car had a washing machine, drinking fountain and so much more...

CBS “The Zevely Zone” clip, aired 8//12/22.  Click "READ MORE" to learn about the Louis Mattar Car & the san diego Automotive Museum.


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YAK Radio with Dave Stall | 6-5-2022

San Diego Automotive Radio

Dave Stall is a 30-year car industry professional. He's an experienced service and parts director, supporting all import and domestic automobile manufacturers. Dave Stall educates the public in dealing with the "ins and outs" of the automotive industry.

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NBC discusses San Diego Auto Museum’s new Alternative Fuel Exhibit

In the not-so-distant past, gasoline was an alternative fuel! The technologies competing with gasoline in the early days of personal transportation were steam- and electric-powered cars. In fact, electric cars were the standard prior to the creation of the internal combustion engine. Come learn the history of alternative fuels, and check out some amazing innovations that will guide us into the future!

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Fox 5 features the San Diego Auto Museum’s “Barn Find” exhibit

Finding a well preserved classic (or antique) car stored in a forgotten barn or warehouse is a common dream of collectors. It’s best when said car is in perfect condition and simply needs gas to drive away. This 1928 Studebaker was found in less than perfect condition, but all of the parts are there and they are in reasonably good shape.

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