Carly Starr graduated from UCLA with a degree in history. It’s been a handy tool, particularly during the past five years. Starr is the curator of the 30-year-old, 72,000 square-foot California Automobile Museum. It’s the downtown Sacramento shrine to the history and restoration of cars and trucks, automotive racing and the humans who go along for the ride. Starr, 30, raised in Rocklin, lives with her husband about five minutes from the museum. With little knowledge of the industry, she has immersed herself in the history of all things automotive.
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