The #3 Ford Roadster

The Number 3 roadster of Vic Edelbrock, Sr.

It is befitting that the first exhibit seen by a visitor to Vic Edelbrock’s automotive museum, known as Vic’s Garage, is the workbench of his father, Vic Edelbrock, Sr.

But no less appropriate, the first car visible from the lobby is one of the most recognized automobiles in hot rodding, the iconic #3 black roadster of Vic, Sr., restored to perfection, and proudly on display.

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The Number 27 Midget

The Number 27 Midget of Vic Edelbrock, Sr.

The tale of the number 27 midget that won Gilmore has taken many turns. The car was sold by Vic, Sr., in the 1950’s, and bought back by Vic, Jr., where it was totally restored under the watchful eye of Bobby Meeks.

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1958 Chevrolet Corvette

1958 Corvette - Collection of Vic Edelbrock, Jr.

Vic’s Garage is filled with his favorite cars, including a number of Chevrolet Corvettes, and of course featuring this iconic C1. This beautiful ’58 ‘vette was a daily driver of Vic and Nancy Edelbrock, is 100% original with 76,000 miles on the odometer. After the Edelbrocks purchased this car from its original owner, it was restored to the beautiful car you see by John Briggs of Santa Barbara, California.

1967 Chevelle SS 396

1967 Chevelle SS 396 - Vic's Garage

Restored by John Yarnell, a veteran of the Edelbrock Hot Rod Power Tour, this ’67 Chevelle is one of the many red cars in Vic’s Garage.

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’57 Chevy Bel-Air

1957 Chevy Bel Air Hot Rod - Vic's Garage
This ’57 Chevy Bel Air once graced the cover of Hot Rod Magazine. Vic drives his cars whenever possible, including this ’57, built by Posies Rods & Customs.

The ’57 Chevy won 49 Grand National “cup” NASCAR races, the most of any car model in NASCAR history.

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