Peter Mullin, Chairman of the Mullin Automotive Museum, recounts the story of the “Million Franc” Delahaye. One of France’s most storied race cars, this 1937 Delahaye Type 145 won the Million Franc Challenge in 1937. The million-franc reward was posted by the Auto Club of France for any French manufacturer that could…
The French only built nine Talbot-Lago Type 150 CS teardrop coupes and one of the running examples happens to be in California at the Mullin Automotive Museum. If there’s a must see, this burgundy wonder is it.
If you're like me, your one thought after seeing an auto museum's retrospective about a particular marque is "where the hell were the sculptures of elephants and the Art Nouveau furniture?" That will not be an issue when you go see the Mullin Museum's spectacular exhibit about the Bugatti family.