This California Automobile Museum display shows a pair of midget race cars in front of a photo of Hughes Stadium , which hosted the first midget-car racing event in 1933. The near car, a 1946 Kurtis Midget Racer now owned by Ed Hegarty, was driven by future Indy 500 racing legend Billy Vukovich of Fresno. He won the 1953 and '54 Indy 500s. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The classic grill of a 1935 Chrysler stands tall at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Al and Carol Witten of Lincoln take a snapshot of their granddaughter Samantha Makarov of Elk Grove with her husband Vladimir and their daughter Kloe, 2, in a 1924 Ford Model TT flatbed truck on Thursday at the California Automoblie Museum. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Davis resident Ron Vogel describes the history of the 1929 Hudson Model R Roadster to a visitor to the California Automobile Museum on Thursday. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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