Bruce Meyer, the owner of this garage, is a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur with a deep passion for automobiles. His first car in the collection was a Chevrolet V8 with gullwing doors borrowed from the Mercedes-Benz 300SL. Afterwards, he spared no expense in creating his own museum, which is currently hidden in the heart of Beverly Hills, a city within the City of Angels. These days, he focuses solely on restoring vintage cars, with the exception of hot rods and classic racing cars.
With his achievements at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and his involvement in vintage car rallies, Meyer has become an influential figure in the world of car collecting. He maintains his cars in top condition, always ready to be driven if necessary. He tends not to bring his cars to exhibitions, in order to preserve their pristine state. Moreover, Meyer once bought Clark Gable’s Mercedes 300SC from the widow of the famed actor.