Jessi Combs is being honored with a beautiful tribute inside of the Los Angeles Peterson Automotive Museum, and it features some of the racers personal vehicles and attire.
The special exhibit opened today and was perfectly named, “The Fastest Woman on Four Wheels.”
As we reported, Combs died last month during a land-speed record attempt in the Oregon.
We broke the story, Jessi's jet car came apart and burst into flames after traveling outside of the desert area designed for the record breaking attempt.
Standard admission to the museum and donations will benefit The Jesse Combs Foundation. The jet racers boyfriend, Terry posted a photo while the exhibit was being built, where he believed Jessi made an appearance in a family photo as a light orb.
Inside the museum, items from her workshop including several of her motorcycles, her jeep, and even personal notebooks.
A few pieces were taken from her time on the reality show “Overhaulin'" as well as helmets and her medals and trophies.
Director of the museum said in a statement, “Jessi Combs was an inspiration to the entire automotive community...this exhibit is an opportunity to move people, especially the future generation of women builders and enthusiasts, through Jessi’s incredible life story.”
The exhibit will run until Wednesday, Sept. 25.