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The Brumos Collection

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An Immersive Walk Through Automotive History

The Brumos Collection in Jacksonville, Florida isn’t simply about putting vintage racing and street cars on display. It’s about telling an engaging, cohesive story featuring over 50 performance cars from two different epochs, all the while highlighting the collection in an aesthetically unified approach.

The exquisite, 35,000 sq. ft. immersive environment is home to more than 50 vintage performance cars, the majority of which are fielded by the Jacksonville-based Brumos Racing team. The multi-million dollar collection, open to the public as of January 2020, is a destination for car enthusiasts to pay homage to the heritage of automotive racing.


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An exquisite, 35,000 sq. ft. immersive display of more than 50 vintage performance cars

Modeled after the 1920s Ford Model A plant commissioned by Henry Ford in Jacksonville, Florida, the Collection is an immersive environment filled with large photo murals, beautiful skylights, banners, floor treatments and custom showcases.

Notable cars from the Brumos Collection include a 1,000-horsepower 1972 Porsche 917-10 Can Am race car, a 1959 Porsche Tractor Super, and even the 1970 orange and blue Porsche 917K associated with Steve McQueen and the feature film “Le Mans.”

Additional cars on display not from the Brumos Collection include a 1914 Peugeot L45s open-wheel race car (one of two in the world) as well as a 1923 Miller 122 Grand Prix racing car.

The Brumos Collection features a 22-seat auditorium, a conference room, and full archive that houses additional pieces of memorabilia beyond what’s on display. Guests can also visit a workshop complete with an engine room and machine shop.

Showcase Wall

To create a truly immersive, engaging environment, a long, curved showcase wall distinguishes historically significant racing and collector cars as well as features iconic images of the cars and respective drivers. Monochromatic finishes and additional large black and white photo murals are designed to compliment the amazing cars and artifacts on display.

Interactive Touchscreens

In a first for a car collection, a raised computer floor is positioned throughout to enable interactive touchscreens where visitors can learn about every car and take a deeper dive into their history. Groups may also access a mezzanine level to overlook the entire collection while exploring together on a 42” touchscreen. Additional design features include custom era-based platforms highlighting renowned racers.

This intimate exhibit is part of Revs steady approach to bring forward its belief that the automobile is the most important technological object of the 20th century and offers a unique educational experience.

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