Our friends at Hodinkee got a recent invite from Tudor to go check out the private car collection of Bruce Meyer, a man that’s been collecting cars since 1964 and has a compiled a garage full of some of the most important and iconic cars out there. These cars have meaning, whether it be one that placed at LeMans or another that belonged to a Hollywood legend like Steve McQueen. Meyer has his cars scattered across a few different locations in California, but what we’re seeing here is a hidden garage that’s unmarked and tucked away within the streets of Beverly Hills. Inside is the first production Shelby Cobra. We should probably just stop typing now and show you the goods but there’s also Briggs Cunningham’s 1960s LeMans Corvette, the 1961 250 GT SWB that won Monza, LeMans, and came in second at Spa. Heck, there’s even the 1957 Testa Rossa California Ferrari dealer Charles Von Neumann had upgraded from a 2.5L to a 3.0L engine with the blessing of Enzo. That Rossa ended up in the collection of Moroccan drug lord Charles Zwolsman, Sr., before Meyer purchased it at a government auction.
There are a few shots below, courtesy of Ben and team at Hodinkee but head over there to see the full gallery of photos. You’ll be glad you did.