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Military Museum Wildegg

Original name: 
Militärmuseum Wildegg

"Our collection shows an interesting cross-section of the Swiss Army from 1945 to 2000. The road vehicle collection shows vehicles from Berna, BMW, Bucher, Bührer, Condor, Dodge, Faun, FBW, Ford, GMC, Henschel, Hürlimann, Kaiser, Land-Rover, Magirus Deutz, Michigan, Mowag, Peter, Puch, REO, Saurer, Schiller, Capricorn, Steyr, Unimog, Vevey, VW, Ward LaFrance, Willys"

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Classic Car Museum, Sigmundsherberg

Original name: 
Oldtimer- & Kraftfahrzeugmuseum Sigmundsherberg

In close cooperation with the Austrian Society for Historical Automotive Engineering (ÖGHK), the history of numerous car brands from the USA and Europe is documented here with the help of over 150 exhibits - lovingly restored or in their original condition - well-known names, many of which can now only be seen in museums, stories and old films.

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Motorcycle & Farmers Museum, Bad Eisenkappel

Original name: 
Motorrad- & Bauernkrammuseum, Bad Eisenkappel

Bedi Böhm-Besim's collection of old farm equipment and motorcycles

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RBÖ Stöckl Museum

This company museum mainly deals with vehicles for which RBO supplies parts for restoration - i.e. Puch motorcycles, mopeds and scooters. Lohner vehicles and several interesting BMW motorcycles are also shown.

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Fahr(T)raum - The Ferdinand Porsche Experience

Original name: 
Fahr(T)raum - Die Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelten

On the 4500 m² of Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelten fahr(T)raum in Mattsee, a world of technology stands right there at your fingertips. Automobiles from past eras invite you to set out on a historical journey of discovery through the life of inventor Ferdinand Porsche. The former shoe factory housing the exhibition lies only 15 km outside of the Town of Salzburg and provides the perfect setting for this collection of historic automobiles. The grandson of tinker and inventor Ferdinand Porsche, Ernst Piëch, presents fully functional vehicles to visitors.

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American Motorcycle Museum

As its name suggests this museum is home to Indian, Harley-Davidson etc.

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Depot of the Fire Museum, Florisdorf

Original name: 
Schaudepot der Feuerwehrmuseum, Floridsdorf

The historic vehicles of the Vienna Fire Brigade are exhibited in the main fire station in Floridsdorf. The stock ranges from horse-drawn wagons to the first automobile fire truck from 1903 to vehicles from the 1970s.

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Historama Technology Museum, Ferlach

Original name: 
Technikmuseum Historama Ferlach

"Immerse yourself in the world of traffic from yesteryear! Pictures from old films come back to life: dream of a romantic excursion for two in the Isetta ("Knutschkugel"), of the first bus excursion in a VW "Sambabus", rediscover Grandpa's first car. Find out which simple devices the fire brigade deployed decades ago, set a railway signal yourself - and play to your heart's content with our model railroad layout! Marvel at Fürst Khevenhüller's flying machine from 1913, which is powered solely by muscle power - an absolutely unique piece of aviation history - and dream of the good old tram.

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TOP Mountain Motorcycle Museum

For motorcyclists directly on the most attractive route over the Alps – the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road – in a building of stunning architectural design and surrounded by the impressive panorama of the Ötztaler Alps, there are 170 fine testimonies to motorcycle history here.

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Motorcycle Museum Tolleterau

Original name: 
Oldtimermuseum Tolleterau

Pre- and post-war motorcycles and Puch mopeds are on display here. 55 vehicles and lots of things around the motorcycle. Rare relics from times past adorn the premises. The exhibition is accompanied by old billboards and various rarities. The collection also features a beautiful Puch 250TF with a record sidecar. In the old motorcycle workshop you can see restoration objects in progress. The beautiful exhibits are regularly driven and serviced by classic car enthusiasts.

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