The Justice Brothers Racing Museum, located in Duarte is a look into the world of American sprint & midget car racing and the Justice Brothers Car Collection. Midget car racing, (think of Ascot Park in Gardena and dirt track racing), started in the late 30's in the Midwest, where midget cars were first built and raced. Then after the end of WWII, Frank Kurtis went into midget car production full time. Zeke Justice was his first employee and then he eventually started his own midget car manufacturing business along with his brother Ed. Later, they obtained a Wynn's Friction Proofing distributorship and became so successful at that, they were able to sponsor Johnny Parsons' race car which he eventually won the Indy 500 with. The car collection includes about 2 dozen restored sprint and midget racing cars and cars from the 30's and more sprint cars in a separate building. The illustrious history of midget racing cars can be found at the Justice Brothers Museum.
And then off to lunch at the Legends Classic Diner located in Glendora. No question this was a blast from the past. They have decorated the diner in the style of the 50's and it has become a popular hang-out for car shows, car clubs and car cruises.