mal”> With racing in their blood, they convinced the company to sponsor the Kurtis Kraft team in the 1950 Indianapolis 500, and the resulting win increased their business dramatically.
Seeing this, they decided to start their own car care products business, and founded the Justice Brothers, which remains a family owned and managed international business today.
And, they continue to sponsor many race teams across the nation as well.
As a result of their success, the Justice Brothers Museum of Early American Racing was founded in 1985 in Duarte, CA. by Ed Justice, Sr.
Situated along the famous “Mother Road”, Route 66, the museum is housed in three buildings, and includes an impressive array of beautifully restored early race cars, vintage drag racers, street rods, classics and historic automobilia.
A museum visitor is immediately surrounded by midgets, sprint cars, Indy cars, a collection of vintage gas pumps, racing engines, movie cars, original event posters and more!
There is NO admission charge, and the museum is open weekdays from 9AM to 5PM.
This is a display of American racing history second to none. So if you find yourself cruising historic Route 66, or just want a great automotive outing, stop in at the museum and experience this awesome collection for yourself.
If you do, the next time someone mentions classics or antiques, you’ll have a completely different vision.
Justice Brothers Museum
2734 E. Huntington Drive
Duarte, CA 91010