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Porsche Museum in Stuttgart

The new Porsche museum stands on a conspicuous junction just outside Porsche Headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. The display area covers 5600 square meters featuring around 80 exhibits, many rare cars and a variety of historical models.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

First!!!

Anonymous said...

In Gmünd, Austria there is a small Porsche museum aswell. Due to the frictions of the war Ferdinand Porsche had moved his production facility from Stuttgart to Gmünd in 1944. It was in Gmünd where the first "Porsche" -branded car saw daylight. It was a hand crafted aluminium 356, the type James Dean lethally crashed in.
It is a nice museum located in a beautiful area.
see www.auto-museum.at

Anonymous said...

James Dean did not die in a 356. It was a 550 Spyder.

scott davidson said...

"Please brighten up this waiting room," says my busy boss, one morning "Put some art on the wall." Admittedly, the room is on the drab side but as a car spare part supply office, I thought that not many of the clients coming through notice much of it.
From wahooart.com, I ordered online canvas prints about car art, of course, like this one http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-5ZKEMR by Salvador Dali.

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