Museums in Poland
Private collection of Mirosław Dylong, featuring around 20 cars
Antoni Przychodzeń opened the Fiat 126p Museum in the rooms of a disused factory on Karpacka St. Included in the collection is the green ‘maluch-kabriolet’ (‘tiny tot’ cabriolet), the diesel-fuelled ‘maluch’, the ‘maluch’ on caterpillar tracks and many more.
Set up in 1953, this museum features firefighting equipment and fire trucks, including a Mercedes from 1926.
"Luxury limousines and popular cars, cars that changed history and trucks remembering the turmoil of the war, a review of motorcycles from various parts of the world" - this is how the Gdynia Automotive Museum is advertised.
A private collection of cars, such as a 1972 Toyota Corolla, a 1940 Ford Taunus and a few motorcycles and scooters.
A private collection of pre-2nd World War motorcycles, including AJS, Zundapp, BSA, DKW et. al.
Zygmunt Bieniek's private collection of antique tractors and classic cars.
"The collections in the Museum of Urban Engineering include artifacts from the history of urban communication, urban engineering, the history of Polish motoring, Cracovian craftwork, industry and technology. The museum is located in the old tram terminus and depot complex."
Private collection of Wojciech Mszyca.It consists of 36 bicycles and motorised bicycles including a 1906 Adler bicycle an a 1935 Adler motorcycle
Private collection of Marcin Kus, located on the 2nd and 3rd floor of his BMW M-Cars showroom.