Lovers of classic cars can indulge themselves with what you can often call “museum pieces” without exaggeration. The collection is special because it is not limited to one or two brands, but many brands. Starting from Aston Martin, to Bentley, Citroën, Ferrari, Mercedes, Maserati all the way to Rolls-Royce, Cadillac, Jaguar and even Shelby. All this in addition to a series of other brands. The common thread through the collection is simple: the cars are iconic and difficult to find or of which only a limited number were built. Each car of the collection, has a complete file with its entire history and is fully documented with: expertise reports, previous registrations, data sheets, FIVA identification cards, factory production records, publications, owner’s manuals, maintenance invoices and many other documents.
The museum has a very unique selection of Citroën SMs, such as: a 1971 Citroën SM “Espace”, which first appeared at hteh 1971 Paris Motor Show. a 1972 Citroën SM Mylord, a 1973 Citroen SM Opéra, the Citroën of Jerry Hathaway, who broke the speed record as fastest Citroën in the Wolrd. Just as the clothes makes the man, the museum offers the right environment to make the cars look more attricative. From an elevated footbridge – the extension of a very inviting bar, a cozy salon and a reception area – the visitor can see the collection at a glance in helicopter view.
With every new step, a new “coup de foudre” will be undoubtedly follow. In the collection is another piece unique: an orignally Dutch arousel from 1953. The Carousel is equipped with unique children’s carriages manufactured by L’Autopède in steel and chrome. This brigs us back to our childhood. Was this not our first time at a steering wheel shifting frantically the gear leaver…? The conclusion: pure nostaglia, that’s what a visit at the museum is all about. At the end of your visit indulge yourself with memorabilia from our shop.
After appointment for minimum 15 persons: 15 EUR/p.p.
Children under 12 years old: 10 EUR/p.p.
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