Museums in Brazil
Three pavillons are filled with different vehicles
The Bebedouro Museum was reopened in May 2017 in partnership with the Esplendor Clube do Carro Antigo. The place tells a little about the history of vintage racing, with the evolution of the automobile, aviation and military. With the cars on display, it is possible to travel back in time and observe the various stages that the automobile industry has developed over the years, both in terms of design and engine power.
Maintained by the Veteran Car Club do Ceará, this museum was opened in 1981. Today there are more than 70 cars there, including a Ford Model T from 1917 and several American boulevard cruisers from the 1950s
The private collection of microcars by César Cini, a local businessman has been opened to the public in August, 2021. On a space of 600 sqm there are around 30 cars shown. The museum is located in Bento Gonçalves (RS), in the Serra Gaúcha region – one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the country, the origin of several of the best wines produced in Brazil.
The history of the Automobile Museum began in 1968, when a group of antique car enthusiasts founded the Automobile and Mechanical Antiques Club of Paraná - CAAMP, in order to bring together lovers of these antique machines to encourage their preservation.
Teodoro F. Sobral Neto's personal collection of about 20 old cars, trucks and motorcycles.
In an area of approximately 1000 m2, this museum displays a lot of American cars, like a 1953 Cadillac, a 1946 Mercury and dozens of others. Additionally there are 15 Harley-Davidson motorcycles