It is befitting 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, Sr….
Vic's Garage is filled with Vic Edelbrock's favorite cars, including cars his father made famous. Is your organization looking for an automotive-themed venue to rent for a special event? Vic's Garage is available to qualified individuals and groups on a limited basis. Advanced planning it essential – contact us via email to begin a discussion of your event and your needs. (Above: 75th Anniversary photo courtesy of Rod Authority)
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….
Vic, Jr., began racing his #614 Corvette in the late ’80’s, started a tradition of opening his pit area to the fans so they could share in the fun.
This car was built by Roy Brizio Street Rods, and is a great example of a hot rod that can be driven and enjoyed. More info to follow….
Vic’s Garage is filled with his favorite cars, including a number of Chevrolet Corvettes, and of course featuring this iconic red C1…
This special collector’s car is #27 of 500 built as a tribute to Parnelli Jones’ 1970 Boss 302 Trans-Am winning Mustang.
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.
This ’57 Chevy Bel Air once graced the cover of Hot Rod Magazine. Vic drives his cars whenever possible, including this ’57, built by…