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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

"The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania's collection of cars and motorcycles is testimony to the exciting history and development of the international automotive industry. Spanning a hundred years of style and technical achievement this impressive collection of traditional and contemporary marques is a "must see" for all who appreciate history, design, engineering and style.

Total votes: 567

Dick Johnson Racing Raceshop & Museum

"The Dick Johnson museum is home to the cars that made Dick Johnson famous, including...

  • XD Tru-Blu Falcon that won the Bathurst 1000 in 1981 and the 1981/82 championship
  • EB Shell Falcon that won the Bathurst 1000 in 1994
  • AU Shell Falcon which was Dick’s last race car
  • Sierra that dominated the championship series from 1987 to 1992

    The museum also displays some of Dick’s rivals’ race cars from time to time, including Peter Brock’s 1978 A9X Torana, Kevin Bartlett’s #9 Camaro and Allan Moffat’s 1969 Coca Cola Mustang.

  • Total votes: 623

    National Holden Museum

    "Echuca if fortunate to have the Nations largest collections of Holdens, making this private Museum the largest one brand car Museum in Australia. See over 40 vehicles, including rare prototypes, historic film footage, and photographic exhibition."

    Total votes: 589

    National Army Museum

    "We are a New Zealand museum showcasing our nation's military history, telling the stories of kiwi soldiers and exploring our participation in major conflicts worldwide.

    Total votes: 609

    World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum

    "Enjoy a select exhibition from New Zealand's largest private automotive collection on display in this distinctive gallery. The exhibition is an eclectic mix highlighting the art of motoring.
    These cars are some of the most sought after models from three centuries of motoring. Some have undergone extensive restoration to return them to their former glory, others are presented in original condition, all are of concourse standard, restored to the highest standard and immaculately presented. They represent the highpoints of automotive history, design and craftsmanship."

    Total votes: 526

    Museum of Transport and Technology

    "Experience one of the largest motor vehicle collections in New Zealand! MOTAT's Road Transport Collection showcases a huge variety of unique vehicles dating from the 1860's through to modern times.
    MOTAT's collection includes such vehicles as the first chilled beer tanker in the World and Billy T James' 1954 Chevrolet. MOTAT also has one of the largest fire engine collections in the world!"

    You voted 5. Total votes: 560

    Southward Car Museum

    The Southward Car Museum houses a collection of over 350 vehicles, as well as three aircraft and various other exhibits including motorcycles, bicycles, fire engine etc. The motor museum is run by a charitable trust, incorporated in 1972. The car museum is approximately an hour's drive from downtown Wellington and is situated between the North Island Main Trunk Railway to the west and State Highway 1 to the east.

    Total votes: 535

    The Pointon Collection

    "This Private collection, of antique cars and motorcycles, plus original vintage costume, is displayed in a replica of a small town New Zealand garage from the 1930's.
    One of New Zealand's largest private collections of Automobilia is complete with garage equipment, signs, tools, spares, accessories, books and clothing."

    Total votes: 543

    Yaldhurst Museum

    The Museum complex is set in the grounds of one of New Zealand's early colonial homesteads originally built in 1876 by the founders great grandfather John Taylor.
    The museum has more than 160 cars in its collection, including a few locally built rarities, like the NEEV truck, the Mistrix race car, the Logan Singer special and a replica of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

    You voted 5. Total votes: 570

    Naseby Motoring Museum

    Winton Amies' collection of over 700 miniature classic cars and other models are shown alongside household goods and magazines.

    Total votes: 572