An Austrian friend that I met at WordCamp Europe in Vienna, Stefan, told me that I had to go to this car museum when I was in the Salzburg area in Austria. He wasn’t wrong!
This is a fantastic museum for OLD cars, mainly Austro Daimlers, that Ferdinand Porsche was involved in to a varying degree.
They have cars from 1901, an electrical hybrid car, Jacob Lohner Model Mixte, all they way up to the Second World War with a KDF-wagen from 1938. Also cars from Steyer, They also have a tractor museum in the basement with newer models. See the last images in the gallery below, the orange one with a fairing is amazing!
Read more about the museum and how to visit it here: Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelt fahr(T)raum
The following cars are shown in the images below:
- Jacob Lohner Model Mixte, 1901
- Austro Daimler 28/32, 1908
- Austro Daimler Prinz Heinrich, 1910
- Austro Daimler 14/28 Kaiserwagen, 1911
- Austro Daimler AD 20 Double Phaeton Australer, 1911
- Rauch & Lang Elektroauto | Electric car, 1912
- Austro Daimler, 1918
- Austro Daimler AD 25 Oeffag Innenlenker, 1921
- Austro Daimler AD 6-17 Double Phaeton, 1922
- Austro Daimler AD 617 Jagdwagen, 1923
- Austro Daimler ADR Double Phaeton, 1923
- Austro Daimler ADV Double Phaeton Argentinier, 1923
- Austro Daimler ADM 10/45 HP, 1924
- Austro Daimler ADM Oeffag Double Phaeton Schweizer, 1926
- Austro Daimler ADM-R Stuck-Rennwagen, c:a 1927
- Austro Daimler ADR Torpedo, 1929
- Steyr 30, 1930
- Steyr 30 typ 45 Taxameter, 1931
- Wanderer (Auto Union) W21, 1935
- KDF-wagen, 1938
- VW Type 82 ‘Kübelwagen’
- VW Type 166 ‘Schwimmwagen’
- Allgaier P 312, 1952
One of the highlights of all my 2 weeks trip in Austria, Hungary, and Germany was when Ernst Piëch, grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, himself showed me around for 15 minutes! You can see him next to the black car that used to belong to the Swedish Royal Court.
Personally I have to rate this 5 Stars. If you have been her go and rate it at Google, Yelp or TripAdvisor.
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