The idea to open this museum came from Miroslav Tomanec, a long-time motorcycle collector and motor sports lover from Seninka, who tried to race motorcycles in his youth, and they then remained in his hobby. He began to collect and repair them. Such were the beginnings of Miroslav Tomance's motoring passion, which in thirty-five years has collected almost one hundred Jawa and ČZ motorcycles. He is only interested in motorcycles made in Czechoslovakia.
The private museum of historic motorcycles and vehicles near Kučery opeed its doors in Soběslav in 2015. The museum covers 600 m2 and contains mainly historic vehicles and motorcycles from the 1930s, mostly Czechoslovakian production. In the premises of the museum even testing of vehicles is provided.
This museum was conceived by Autosportclub Praha and features the complete production history of Trabant cars, from the first predecessor of the Trabant AWZ - P70 (1954), through the Trabant P 60 (600), the Trabant 601 the most common and well-known design, to the latest four-stroke Trabant 1.1. These cars are presented in their original preserved condition. . You can also find Simson motorcycle exhibit with tons of scale models, miscellaneous automobilia and memorabilia with a gift shop.
From fixing neighbor’s cars to raise enough money to get his own The Mike Malamut Museum is now a big private auto and memorabilia collection, which is not open to the public, but visits can be arranged for car clubs, schools etc.
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