Brumos became synonymous with Porsche's outright dominance of endurance racing in the '70s and '80s. Founded by Jacksonville, Flordia-based Porsche importer Hubert Brundage, the company was purchased by Peter Gregg in 1961 after Brundage died in a highway accident. From there, the rest is history, with Gregg and partner Hurley Haywood helping to make the Porsche name one of the most outright feared in racing. Brumos was purchased in 2015 by Field Automotive Group, which promptly changed the iconic Brumos name to the completely generic Porsche Jacksonville — wiping out a name with over 50 years of Porsche racing history. But Brumos is back with a 35,000 square-foot museum with some of the most important Porsches in the company's history. There you'll find the 917 driven by Steve McQueen in Le Mans, an 1,100 horsepower, twin-turbo 917 built for the lawless Can-Am racing series, and the last unmolested 935 that racked up eight wins and eight poles with Peter Gregg himself at the wheel. For any true Porsche enthusiast, the Brumos Collection is a must-see.