Once he was old enough, Rick Treworgy began collecting GM cars, Chevys in particular. At first his interest in old cars was purely economic, (they were all he could afford), but as time passed he found a certain charm in those old cars. He bought, sold and restored these cars, and this was how he kept his hobby alive. After nearly 40 years of turning that dream into a reality and stockpiling well over 200 vintage ’50s to early ’70’s muscle cars, he decided to turn this amazing collection into Muscle Car City. This has become one of the largest GM muscle car collections in the nation.
The private collection of well-known local collector Mikhail Prudnikov. It is located near the city center. In the hall of the museum the atmosphere of the city street of the 1950s-1960s has been recreated
"Metropole Druten houses a unique collection of exclusive cars: vintage cars, young timers and sports cars. This special private collection is the result of years of worldwide search for classic, vintage and exclusive cars by entrepreneur Frans van Haren. This varied collection comprises around 100 models of famous car brands from the past and present: sports cars, chic limousines, convertibles, racing cars, muscle cars up to and including the tiny classic cars.
Miles Through Time is a co-op style “living” automotive museum is moving to Clarkesville, GA. Displays are privately owned by people in the community showcasing their beloved automobiles and memorabilia for everyone to enjoy. Automobiles on display have either been donated for display or are being stored by their owners.
For decades, Emil Frey’s car enthusiasts have been collecting historically interesting vehicles, aiming to maintain their valuable cultural heritage and preserve it for posterity. In the authentic atmosphere of a restored former textile factory, between 50 and 60 automotive gems are permanently exhibited on three floors. The exhibition mainly focuses on collector vehicles from the 1930s to the 1980s, for the most part of English and Japanese origin. You can admire design icons, such as the Jaguar E-Type, the Toyota 2000 GT and the Aston Martin DB4 Vantage.
The Waldbrand Fortress Museum in Beatenberg was not only one of the largest artillery works of the Swiss army, but is also a piece of contemporary history. The long tunnels in the mountain give an impression of the efforts in World War II and the Cold War to defend Switzerland.