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A 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic on display at Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California
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Nicknamed “the Mona Lisa of cars,” what was until 2018 the world’s most expensive car ($30 million USD), a 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, is on display at Mullin Automotive Museum. Although the owner would not sell, the car still holds the record for highest bid at $250 million USD.

Photo: Byron Best

A vintage photo welcoming people to Oxnard, California
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Known as “Hollywood by the Sea,” several Oxnard thoroughfares were named after some of Tinseltown’s most famous streets, including Sunset Drive, La Brea Street and Laurel Court.

Photo: Dick Whittington/Courtesy of USC Libraries

Sea lions on San Miguel Island in Channel Islands National Park, California
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In Channel Islands National Park, San Miguel Island is home to one of the largest California sea lion rookeries in the world. It has a breeding population of approximately 80,000 animals.

Photo: Doug Mangum