About Mullin Automotive Museum
The Mullin Automotive Museum is an homage to the art deco and the machine age – eras that produced exquisite art and magnificent automobiles. The museum is home to examples of the finest of historic French automobiles from the Bugatti to the Voisin as well as significant and representative decorative art from this same period. Peter W. Mullin has had a lifelong romance with the automobile and particularly French automobiles from the prewar Art Deco period. He is a staunch supporter of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Élégance and other concours around the globe. As the proud owner of one of the finest collections of French cars in the world (the work of more than three decades), he has entered and driven his cars in vintage races and rallies for the last twenty-five years, both in the United States and abroad. Mr. Mullin established the Mullin Automotive Museum as a tribute to French automotive styling and the decorative arts that influenced the genre. Mr. Mullin hopes that the museum will become an important platform for the study of automotive styling and design within the framework of twentieth-century European artistry.