Every couple of years or so, we take a trip through the Justice Brothers Museum. The collection is located near our headquarters in Southern California, which makes the location a convenient trip for our writers.
Situated in Duarte, California, the Justice Brother’s Museum covers every imaginable angle in motorsports history. Of course, the theme centers around the Justice Brothers and racing, but the eclectic collection has everything from a Pitts Bi-Plane and a Bob’s Big Boy mascot to a full camera collection.
This isn’t just a museum for auto enthusiasts, it is a time capsule of Americana. Within this massive collection of historical items, there is also one of the largest collections of Kurtis Kraft race cars in the world. If you are a dirt track fan, this is a can’t miss the visit.
Dirt track fans have likely seen a Justice Brothers sticker on a car, or as an event sponsor. Most likely, you’ve seen it in passing but didn’t know the history behind that famous brand.
You can get some of the stories in these two articles (along with massive photo galleries):
- Not Just A Collection, Justice Brothers Is About Where It All Began.
- The Ubiquitous Justice Brothers: Their Story and Racing Museum.