Leslie Kendall — Petersen Museum Curator

Leslie Kendall — Petersen Museum Curator

Adam Carolla and Matt D’Andria talk with Leslie Kendall, the curator of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Leslie brings us a really special car. We get to walk around and fire up a Scaglietti Corvette from the museum’s collection, one of three ever made.


Show Credits

Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana

10 Responses to “Leslie Kendall — Petersen Museum Curator”

  1. Alex says:

    I now understand the appeal of “dish” in wire wheels.

  2. Lew in Chicago says:

    Great episode. I regret not having stopped in the Petersen museum when I lived in the South Bay. I guess I just couldn’t tear myself away from the grandeur of the Tar Pits!

    Does anyone else remember going to Harrah’s Auto Museum in Reno? I did as a kid in the 70’s with my parents and remember the overdose of car exposure in several warehouses (I remember at least 3) full of cars of all vintages and types, street and race. I understand the collection was sold off when Harrah died. Too, bad. That may have been the largest private collection ever.

  3. Brad says:

    I’d like to hear more about Shelby’s connection to the Corvette. What happened that caused him to go to AC for the Cobra?

  4. @ProlixOne says:

    Is that the valve train Im hearing (besides the exhaust note)? Anyone else notice that? Or is it the mechanical fuel injection pump drives?

  5. Guy says:

    ACE, only you would recieve a broken 1st place trophy…..

  6. TerdBath says:

    If it werent for bad luck you wouldnt have any luck at all.

  7. faze says:

    Always been a butt guy myself and this car has one of the best.

  8. Hugh says:

    What a masterpiece. Never seen one before so this was a treat.
    That is one fine ass


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