Šerý Jaroslav's private museum is located in Koprivnice near the Tatra museum. However Šerý and his friends put together an international exhibition, featuring a diverse range of brands from Laurin&Klement to Riley, from Horch to Škoda, from Alvis to Auburn. There are also a separate section on motorcycles, including the one and only two-wheeler made by Sodomka, the famed Czech coachbuilder. Additionally there are toys, memorabilia, posters and other miscellaneous exhibits.
The Museum of Technology and Transport in Szczecin is full of vehicles that Poles used to be so much in love with. The WFM motorcycle was called "uncle's Frank motorbike", the Fiat 126p was called either "the Fatal Imitation of an Automobile for Tourists, a 1-passenger 2-door 6-time overpaid car", or "the coughy". Its older brother, the Fiat 125p, was known as "the dresser" or "the clumsy one". The Jelcz bus was called "the cucumber", and the GT6 tram - "the fritz". Vehicles that earned themselves a nickname can now be found only in our museum.
Martin Alfred Friberg took over the family farm, which has been their property since the 19th century in 1990 and gradually turned it into a museum. Tractors dominate but there are cars and motorcycles as wel.
The museum contains exhibitions showing the rich vehicle history of Narvik, with themes such as everyday motoring, caravanning, roadside environments, bus history, taxi history, ferries and bridges. In addition, the Ofotbanen railway is presented in miniature.