Petersen Automotive Museum
Part 2 of Luftgekühlt's Porsche display at the Petersen Automotive Museum, Prototype Giants, is admittedly a much more specialized exhibit than part 1 (Pfaffenhausen Speed Shop). Focused exclusively on the Porsche 956 and Porsche 962 race cars, it's an impressive evolution of 1982-1994(ish) period... but maybe a lot more details than the hardcore Porsche fan would appreciate compared to the street cars that make up the bulk of part 1.
Next stop within the Petersen was ascending up and out of the Vault (basement), to the first floor, to the Bond in Motion exhibit, the official collection of James Bond 007 vehicles. The highlight, obviously, is the Aston Martin DB5 right at the entrance, but a bunch of other hardware is, if short of impressive, at least fun as hell to look at. The DB10 is a work of art, even if the proportions do look a bit awkward from too low. There's a mini-submarine (!), plenty of movie-missile-armed cars such as the 1999 BMW 750iL from Tomorrow Never Dies, a Cessna 172P Skyhawk, all kinds of fun stuff. And yes, the tuk tuk!
Wandered upstairs to see the seventh car of Prototype Giants, a 1985 Porsche 962, that was on the second floor along with a trio of other Porsche race cars not included in Prototype Giants. The Bugatti EB110 GT is always worth a few minutes to appreciate, as was an unexpected exhibit, ADV:Overland, dedicated to overland exploring-- including models of several Mars rovers!
Given the price of admission into the Petersen, plus additional admission The Vault, plus yet another additional admission to Luftgekühlt, it's a spendy trip. The vehicles in the Vault are cool, but seeing them twice in five months was overkill. At least the Bond In Motion and ADV: Overland were both included as part of the regular museum admission.