Jacksonville Sports Car Museum opens soon in old Lamborghini HQ

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The first dozen exotic collectible cars have been parked inside […]

The first dozen exotic collectible cars have been parked inside the 58,802-square-foot Jacksonville Sports Car Museum, ranging from a sleek 395-horsepower BMW Z8, its removable hardtop stacked nearby, to a rare 1980s Lamborghini Jalpa P350 in very Italian red.

As museum managing member David Gonzales walks past more, like three Aston Martins, a formula race car and a Ford GT, with Museum Director Tanner Nicolson, they discuss what’s needed to get the facility at 7601 Centurion Parkway open next month.

So far it’s taken about $1 million for the head of Jacksonville’s Acorn Property Holdings to convert the former Enterprise Integration IT facility into a museum with a private club area as well as a huge main event room that will be rented for parties, meetings and more.

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