Oxnard’s Got Automotive Game
Mullin & Murphy Museums

When you think of SoCal and automotive museums, Oxnard, California might not be the first location that springs to mind.

But iDSC Podcast resident automotive expert/historian, the good Professor, Clinton Quan knows otherwise. He’s dialed into all things automotive in Southern California – and everywhere else on the planet too.

Oxnard is home to the Mullin Automotive Museum, which is the Professor’s number one top pick of all auto museums in SoCal.

A quick five-minute drive from the Mullin Museum is the Murphy Automotive Museum. Both of these are special places for automotive enthusiasts – so special that they’re not even open all the time. In fact, these museums are rarely open.

Of course Professor Quan always knows when the automotive stars are aligned. He recently found a day when both car-hot-spots were not only open, but each had special events underway as well!

Hit play for an earful of details on what car-lovers’ museum dreams are made of in this iDriveSoCal Podcast. And enjoy the pics in the gallery below whilst you do so.


***Transcript***

Recording date – June 26, 2018 at in Los Angeles, CA

Clinton Quan: The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard is my favorite car museum in Southern California and it is absolutely gorgeous. I would say 90, over 90 percent of the vehicles are French automobiles. Murphy Auto Museum, had a really special event. It was the vintage trailers and campers show. Even if you spend two, three hours say at the Mullin, you’re still going to have enough time to visit the Murphy.

Tom Smith: Welcome to iDriveSoCal, the podcast all about mobility from the automotive capital of the United States, Southern California. Tom Smith here with the professor, Mr. Clinton Quan. Say hello, Clinton.

Clinton Quan: Hi, Tom.

Tom Smith: Hello. Hello. Today’s podcast is about actually two museums. One of them being the professor’s A number one favorite of all time.

Clinton Quan: In Southern California.

Tom Smith: In Southern California. Oh, there’s a global museum that you like better?

Clinton Quan: Well, there’s a lot of other car museums around the world that I haven’t been to so I don’t want to say.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: All over the world when…

Tom Smith: Wow, this guy is specific let me tell you. At any rate, the two museums are both up in Oxnard and when you get a chance, you want to experience this day. And when I say when you get a chance, there’s an emphasis on the when you get a chance because not only does your schedule need to coincide but the one museum, the Mullin Museum, is only open very rarely. And then the other museum that’s five minutes away is the Murphy Museum.

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: And I’ve not attended either but the professor has attended both numerous times but he just had a jaunt up there recently and he’s going to tell us all about it because it’s definitely definitely a cool experience and something that you want to put on your to do list. Professor, take it away.

Clinton Quan: Yes, the Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard is my favorite car museum in Southern California and it is absolutely gorgeous.

Tom Smith: The whole place is a work of art.

Clinton Quan: Yeah, the cars are a work of art. French automobiles and …

Tom Smith: Exclusively French automobiles.

Clinton Quan: Pretty much all French automobiles.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: They do have some other vehicles but I would say 90, over 90 percent of the vehicles are French automobiles or maybe even higher than that, maybe 95 percent.

Tom Smith: Okay. And all of them are Concours d’Elegance level of cars.

Clinton Quan: Caliber cars.

Tom Smith: Right. Just …

Clinton Quan: Yeah. What I love about this car museum is that the cars are really spread out so you can really enjoy the cars. And the reason I attended this weekend was they also had a summer meet up. So a number of automotive enthusiasts brought their cars.

Tom Smith: So it was like a car show in a parking lot before you even got into the car museum?

Clinton Quan: Correct.

Tom Smith: That’s cool.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. So they had a number of Porsche’s on display. There were some Ferrari’s, Alfa Romeo’s, a little bit of everything.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: It was unusually cold and windy. It was actually sprinkling a little bit.

Tom Smith: Yeah.

Clinton Quan: Even though it was officially the first weekend of summer so we didn’t spend too much time outside. We went …

Tom Smith: Right.

Clinton Quan: … straight into the museum but there’s so much to see inside.

Tom Smith: Sure.

Clinton Quan: It’s two levels and there’s also furniture, artwork, art deco furniture on display as well.

Tom Smith: Just a gorgeous location.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. And every time I’ve been, there’s different — they always have different cars on display. So this is something that’s really well worth it and it is only open two days a month to the general public. They do take private — they do have private tours that you can go on.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: It’s usually double the cost.

Tom Smith: Wow.

Clinton Quan: Or more than double the cost. I think it’s about $40 a person if you do — if you go in one of the private tours, if you make it special.

Tom Smith: Okay. So the Mullin’s a really special place.

Clinton Quan: It’s a really really special place.

Tom Smith: And …

Clinton Quan: Cause it’s only two days, literally two days.

Tom Smith: Is it a for profit? Is it a foundation? Is it a not for profit? Do the proceeds benefit some charity or how are they structured? Do you know?

Clinton Quan: That’s a good question. I don’t.

Tom Smith: You just go there and drool at cars?

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: Yes, absolutely.

Tom Smith: All right. Well, if they’re for profit and we’re just like pumping the heck out of them, then you’re welcome and we hope some kind of reciprocal love to be shared. But it is — I haven’t been there. I’ve seen the pictures, I’ve heard the professor talk about it repeatedly and it’s definitely somewhere that I have and like to just take a look and check out.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: That’s the Mullin?

Clinton Quan: Yeah. And he’s also on the Board of the Petersen Automotive Museum in fact on …

Tom Smith: He being?

Clinton Quan: Peter Mullin.

Tom Smith: Oh okay. Mr. Mullin.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: There is a Mr. Mullin. Okay.

Clinton Quan: Museum and there’s …

Tom Smith: And he’s on the board of the Petersen?

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: That’s interesting. So this is a hard core car guy?

Clinton Quan: Oh, absolutely, yeah.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: In fact there’s a huge gallery on the first floor of the Petersen named after him and they previously had an exhibit of French automobiles that — and those were the same cars from the …

Tom Smith: Wow.

Clinton Quan: And now it’s where the Porsche Effect exhibition takes place as well at the Petersen.

Tom Smith: Huh. All right. So it is — it’s not — is it on like a old private  stage or something? What is it?

Clinton Quan: It is actually in the space of the former Otis Chandler Museum of Transportation.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: Otis Chandler was the publisher of The L.A. Times …

Tom Smith: Of the L.A. Times.

Clinton Quan: When he passed away, they auctioned off his cars. And for those of you who were lucky enough to visit the Otis Chandler Museum, you know what a special place that was as well. This has been completely transformed and I was lucky enough to view those cars before they were …

Tom Smith: To see it back then?

Clinton Quan: … auctioned all. Yes.

Tom Smith: Interesting. Okay.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. And just want to let all of you know there’s also a another private collection that’s part of the Mullin in West Los Angeles but you do have to be — from what I understand now, you do have to be a member. I forget the name but I was lucky enough to visit that collection …

Tom Smith: I love it. The professor is talking about …

Clinton Quan: … before …

Tom Smith: … the Car Museum’s secret stash.

Clinton Quan: … before they …

Tom Smith: That we’ve only heard about. We don’t really know that it exist.

Clinton Quan: I guess before they changed the requirements and I got to go on a personal tour so it was all — I was the only person going on that tour.

Tom Smith: So you did see this collection? It does exist for sure?

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: Oh, okay.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. It’s in West Los Angeles.

Tom Smith: West Los Angeles. Is it in an undisclosed location or?

Clinton Quan: It’s in West Los Angeles. I guess that’s where Peter Mullin’s office is as well. And it doesn’t look like anything from the outside.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: You step inside and it’s something special.

Tom Smith: Okay. And what kind of business is Mr. Mullin in?

Clinton Quan: That I don’t know.

Tom Smith: Okay. All right. So at any rate …

Clinton Quan: Huge automotive enthusiast.

Tom Smith: Big automotive enthusiasts for sure, we know that. So we have the Mullin in Oxnard and that’s only open a couple of days a month.

Clinton Quan: A month, yes.

Tom Smith: So …

Clinton Quan: If you go to their website, it all list the dates.

Tom Smith: Yeah.

Clinton Quan: I think they usually have all the dates throughout the year and I highly recommend making reservations online.

Tom Smith: And we recorded that podcast and by the time we release this one, that one will be released as well which is all about the professor’s top museums here in Southern California …

Clinton Quan: In Southern California, yes.

Tom Smith: … as part of our series of reasons why Southern California is the automotive capital of the United States as well as the world.

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: So the Mullin happens to be number one. So if you haven’t checked out that podcast, check that out. But on that podcast, we also link to all those different museums if this is something that really trips your trigger and you want to check out more into. So the Mullin is up in Oxnard, only opened a couple of days a week. The other one just a five minute drive from the Mullin is the Murphy.

Clinton Quan: The Murphy Auto Museum.

Tom Smith: And the professor did a little one, two action here, hit both museums on the same day and tell us about that portion of your day, the Murphy.

Clinton Quan: Well, the Murphy Auto Museum, I believe that’s only open on weekends, Saturdays and Sundays. And this past weekend, they had a really special event. It was the vintage trailers and campers show. So they had about 40 of those on display outside and in the inside of the museum as well.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: So I thought this — and from what I read, it’s one — if it’s not the biggest show at the museum, it’s one of their biggest shows. So I thought this would be a perfect opportunity for me to check out the museum. Again, I’ve been there a number of times. It’s always a fun place to visit. They also have a model, a huge model train set inside.

Tom Smith: Oh, really?

Clinton Quan: Yes. So that’s great for kids.

Tom Smith: Oh, man. Yeah, this is — yeah, it’s definitely on the to do list with little Smith.

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: Very cool.

Clinton Quan: The highlight for this past weekend was the vintage trailers and it was really really cool because every single one of these vintage trailers and campers had a different theme to it.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: One, they had a Corbett theme to it so that was really cool like Corbett stuff …

Tom Smith: Was it …

Clinton Quan: … all over …

Tom Smith: Was it connected to a Corvette that would have otherwise been pulling it around?

Clinton Quan: I didn’t see a Corvette.

Tom Smith: Yeah, it would be a little weird.

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: You put a hitch on a Corvette, I think there’s a law against Corvette.

Clinton Quan: (Crosstalk) be able to do that.

Tom Smith: Yeah.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. But yeah …

Tom Smith: What other themes? Sorry to cut you off. I had to add some color there.

Clinton Quan: Safari theme. There was one with — there was another one that had leopard prints inside. There was a Greyhound …

Tom Smith: Disco ball?

Clinton Quan: A vintage Greyhound bus and they converted that to a trailer. That was really really cool. They had …

Tom Smith: They converted the Greyhound bus to a trailer?

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: So then what pulls that?

Clinton Quan: No, no, it drives by — it’s …

Tom Smith: Okay. They converted it to a …

Clinton Quan: Yeah. It’s like a trailer all by itself.

Tom Smith: Right. And that one had the …

Clinton Quan: And they even had these vintage board games on one table as well. That was really cool.

Tom Smith: Yeah, I saw the associate professor in front of …

Clinton Quan: Oh, that was …

Tom Smith: … a little Scrabble game or something.

Clinton Quan: Well, that was another one.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: That was another trailer with the Scrabble.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: There was another one with vintage.

Tom Smith: I like that picture though. We’re gonna have to post that picture.

Clinton Quan: Yeah, I really like that picture as well.

Tom Smith: Yeah. And of course like always for any of the pictures that associate …

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: … associated with the podcast, go to iDriveSoCal.com on this particular post and you’ll be able to check out some of the pictures. Also a cool way to enjoy the podcast is to go to iDriveSoCal.com, listen to podcasts while you peruse the pictures. And it’s a nice way to experience the show that you should really make your — well, in this case, it’s not a show, it’s museums.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: But museums that you definitely want to put on your list. What else about the Murphy? I kind of jumped in, cut you off there a little bit. Anything else to point out before we put a bow on this one?

Clinton Quan: Well, the Murphy features mostly American cars.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: There are some other vehicles on display but it’s sort of a slice of Americana.

Tom Smith: Yeah.

Clinton Quan: You’ll see muscle cars, some classic vehicles.

Tom Smith: So do they have all of that there as well as the vintage trailers were just kind of like a temporary display …

Clinton Quan: Yes, correct.

Tom Smith: .. for this past …

Clinton Quan: So I think what they did was they moved out some of the other vehicles on the …

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: … front part of the museum and they brought in trailers and campers as well. And then the backside of the museum, they kept all the cars intact.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: So you — but you could see everything?

Clinton Quan: Yes, I can see everything. It was — yeah, open to everyone.

Tom Smith: And the Murphy has a little bit of something for — oh, you know what, on that note, back to the Mullin as well as the Murphey, is there a fee to get in? What are we charge?

Clinton Quan: Let’s see, for the Mullin Museum, I believe it was around $17 …

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: … for adults and for children, I believe it was somewhere around …

Tom Smith: Kids are less?

Clinton Quan: … 12 …

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: … $12.

Tom Smith: So it’s not free but it’s …

Clinton Quan: Yes.

Tom Smith: … reasonably press? And then the Murphy?

Clinton Quan: And then the Murphy, well for the car show, it was — since they had a special event, it was $10 for adults and the kids, it was free.

Tom Smith: Okay.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: And the Murphy has a little bit of everything but also open not all the time?

Clinton Quan: Not all the time, just weekends.

Tom Smith: And do you know do the Murphy and Mullin communicate with each other and plan anything?

Clinton Quan: I don’t think so.

Tom Smith: So it’s just so happened that there was …

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: … the Mullin was open and the Murphy had something special so boom.

Clinton Quan: Correct.

Tom Smith: Okay, very good.

Clinton Quan: Yeah. And yeah, it’s literally about five minutes away.

Tom Smith: So if you’re up in Oxnard …

Clinton Quan: If you’re …

Tom Smith: … and you’re in on automotive museum …

Clinton Quan: If you’re visiting the Mullin because that’s most — almost all the days that it’s open general public, it’s going to be on a weekend so you might as well hit the Murphy as well. There are — sometimes when it’s open to the public, the Mullin on a weekday, so you might not be able to hit the Murphy but if you’re going on a Saturday or Sunday, I think those — generally, those are the days it’s only open then you can definitely visit the Murphy.

Tom Smith: And they’re not so big that you are going to miss out on anything. You got enough time.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: You know, little — late morning, early afternoon at …

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: … the Mullin and then maybe finish it off at the Murphy after a lunch in between or something?

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: Make a nice little day of it?

Clinton Quan: Yes. Even if you spend two, three hours say at the Mullin, you’re still going to have enough time to visit the Murphy. Yeah.

Tom Smith: Excellent.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: Final thoughts? Good?

Clinton Quan: Final thoughts. Well, this is not a show that you would be able to see all the time.

Tom Smith: The vintage trailers?

Clinton Quan: Trailers. So …

Tom Smith: Is it gone now or?

Clinton Quan: I think the exhibit still goes on.

Tom Smith: Oh, okay.

Clinton Quan: In terms of the actual show itself, that was a one day thing. But if you want to just go and check out some other vintage trailers and campers on display in the museum, you’ll still get to do that. So they — will they are planning on doing this again next year. And just from walking around the show, I heard a number of people say, “Wow. This is so cool. It was definitely worth coming out.” And they want to go back next year. So I think this is definitely one of their biggest events of the year. The biggest.

Tom Smith: All right. Excellent. Professor, thank you as always for sharing the passion for all things automotive. And, you know, in this case it’s a little French, a little Americana, a little off the beaten path up there in Oxnard.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: So that’s kind of cool.

Clinton Quan: And a really weekend getaway.

Tom Smith: Yeah, yeah. Really nice — a really nice way to spend the day. Enjoy driving while you go and check out …

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: … the history of driving.

Clinton Quan: Take a drive up Highway 1 along Malibu.

Tom Smith: Exactly.

Clinton Quan: Yeah.

Tom Smith: Fantastic. Professor, thank you. Thank you for listening as always for iDriveSoCal. I am Tom Smith. Talk to you soon.


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