or Automovil Club Argentino Museum
Argentina has a long car history, all the way back 1904 when the first Daimler was imported. This museum is run by the Club and shows a “jewel” like the Daimler of 1892 and the Ferrari 166 used by Juan Manuel Fangio in the international seasons of special cars – today Formula 1.
They also have a Peugeot, 1903, a two-seater Wanderer (seats in tandem), an electric car of the Krieger brand from 1898, and a Mors 1899. They also have a Yruam, an automobile designed in Argentina between 1927 and 1928 by the French Engineer Maury.
They have sports cars like a 1924 Hudson used by Ricardo Nasi, a replica of a Ford A Baquet, and a Renault 1908. Also some Brabham’s like BT 36 from 1971 with which Carlos Alberto Reutemann won the championship of European Formula 2, and its predecessor the Brabham BT 30 from 1970.
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Here’s a good article at Petrolicious: Is Argentina An Unlikely Place For A Car Museum?
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Number of exhibited items at Automobile Club of Argentina Museum
Cars & Automotive: 26-50, Car Inventory link
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Address: Av. del Libertador 1850, C1425AAR, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
Coordinates: -34.5827279, -58.399805
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