Private Tour of the Mozart Automobile Museum of Classic Cars with John Mozart

Join real estate developer John Mozart for a unique opportunity to enjoy an exclusive, private 2-hour tour of the Mozart Automobile Museum in Mountain View, California. Lauded as one of the best private collections of classic cars in the world in terms of quality and rarity, the Mozart Automobile Museum houses 70 of some of the world’s most classic, pristine cars.

The Mozart Automobile Museum is not open to the public, and this prize is a rare opportunity for any car aficionado to see and learn about the many rare and one-of-a-kind models on display, including a 1938 Bugatti 57SC Roadster (Best of Show, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance), 1958 Scarab Race Car, 1958 Ferrari Testa Rossa 59/60 and 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Other vintage classics in the museum include Alfa Romeo, Duesenberg, Pierce Arrow and Packard nameplates.

A classic car collector, John will personally guide you through the museum and share private insights about the automotive history and his personal connections to the antique automobiles on display.

About John Mozart
A car collector and Bay Area real estate developer, John served in the U.S. Air Force prior to founding Eurasian Automotive Products, a foreign auto parts distribution company in Palo Alto. After expanding his real estate operations, he sold Eurasian Automotive Products in 1979 to focus on real estate development. Under his leadership, the Mozart Development Company has since developed more than 6 million sq. ft. of corporate office campuses and mixed-use developments in the Bay Area.

Includes: (for a party of up to 25 people)

  • 2-hour private tour of the Mozart Automobile Museum in Mountain View, California led by real estate developer and classic car collector John Mozart.

Note:

The winner of this auction item will need to schedule this tour in advance subject to availability of John Mozart and the Mozart Automobile Museum. Please plan ahead as this package expires on September 30, 2019 and the dates are unable to be extended. Attendance is limited to a maximum of 25 people. John Mozart has donated his time and access to the Mozart Automobile Museum for this prize, and 100% of the proceeds of this item will be donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation.