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Cars Always Look Best on the Showroom Floor: Tour Jeff Goldstein's Piston Palace

Posted September 14, 2021 4:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: GM

Jeff Goldstein is no stranger to Hemmings Motor News after bringing his Barris-customized Buick Riviera to one of our New England Concours d'Elegance events, so it's good to see that the Petersen Automotive Museum caught up with him at his Piston Palace in Rhode Island for a three-part video tour covering the various aspects of Goldstein's collection-slash-display, including the Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild model collection, the GM showroom display, the H.R. (hot rod) department, that Riv, and more. Some collections are just a bunch of cars thrown in a warehouse with a lot of semi-related nonsense plastered to the walls, but Goldstein has really put thought and effort behind his Piston Palace.

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