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Earl Rubenstein/Carl Jacobsen, The Automobile Driving Museum

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Today, we’re going to discuss a world-class museum located right here in the South Bay with guests Earl Rubenstein and Carl Jacobsen.
Earl is the founder of Rubenstein Architects established in 1967.

He also co-founded The Automobile Driving Museum; a non-profit organization that allows everyone to enjoy this dominant feature of America’s history.
Initially, Earl took interest in not only architectural design, but also as an automobile designer.

After WWII, independent automobile designers and custom car builders had disappeared.
However, Earl’s passion for cars was still there. In 2001, Earl co-founded The ADM. Starting in a small warehouse in West Los Angeles, he was instrumental in establishing a place where people could visit and benefit from the preservation of vintage vehicles.

This was made possible by allowing the public to take a ride in fabulously preserved vehicles every Sunday. The ADM allows the community to experience first-hand these beautifully preserved pieces of art.
He is a member of numerous foundations, organizations and programs that make El Segundo the wonderful city is. He is affiliated with the Community Emergency Response Team, a Charter Member of the Education Foundation Superintendent's Roundtable and Board member at The Automobile Driving Museum.

Carl was an early advocate of bringing the ADM to El Segundo and when the museum was relocated in 2007, he became the Lead Docent at the facility.
Being the Mayor of El Segundo, Carl believed having this unique amenity located in the city would offer a great cultural opportunity for the community.

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