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museum of American cars
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1964 Chrysler Imperial
You might know the saying. The crisis is here we must eat smelly cheese, drink old wine and our cars don't even have roofs. This particular one is a California car. Sold in a town named Ventura as non-functional. It once broke down and she never took it again on her regular trip with daughter to Bakersfield. Not pleased by the called technician's finding of serious engine failure forced h...
1924 Studebaker Big Six
The car comes from the state of Tennessee, from the town Loudon. The last owner is an old-timer collector and he knew where Ceske Budejovice was :) The car was ridden by his son, who according to available information works in nearby Knoxville, as a policeman. This model belongs among the most favorites models of the mark Studebaker and it is a smaller follower of a model Special SIX from the 192...
1918 Buick 6-45
David Dunbar Buick made a fortune on a patent. As a plumber and a tireless innovator he figured out how to join metal with ceramics. We call it enamel today and yes it's this guy's idea. By selling this patent he gets 100 000 dollars which is enough to found in 1903 up until recently the oldest car manufacturing company in the US - Buick. His second achievement was his designed and patent...
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Every season we prepare innovations. The changes in exhibits, new machines, new movies and comedies to the cinema, broad assortment of souvenirs and always some surprises. Come and see what´s new for the season 2021. Check the opening hours please and look at online cameras what we are doing now!
Remember that your friends or family will be happy to receive gift certificates, which you can buy in the museum bar.
We are looking forward to you in the season 2021!