- Dansk Automobilfabrik Voiturette, 1898
- De Dion Bouton, 1901
- Pope Toledo 1904,
- De Dion Bouton, 1905
- International Auto Buggy, 1908
- Motobloc, 1909
- Pilain, 1910
- Detroiter, 1912
- Ferrari Dino, 1970
- La Parisienne, 1908
- Harley Davidson, 1914
- Indian, 1916
- Thor, 1916
- Esse, 1919
- Cleveland, 1921
- Granström, 1922
- Husqvarna (kattungen), 1925
- Indian 101 Scout, 1928
- Raleigh, 1928
- Radco, 1930
They have 3, a SAAB S35E Draken, SAAB Safir SK50, and a Hiller UH-12B Raven helicopter.
STEFAN “LILL-LÖVIS” EXHIBITION
A separate exhibition dedicated to one of Swedish motor racing’s greatest legends – Stefan “Lill-Lövis” Johansson. Trophies, overalls, helmets, an extensive collection of photos and his Ferrari Dino make this exhibition well worth seeing.
We have visited this museum 2 times in 2015 and 2016. See our Journey post about Autoseum and almost 100 images taken by Kristian.
If the image is blurry, we are awaiting images from the Museum.
Items Exhibited at the Museum
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Getting to the Museum
Address: Fabriksgatan 10, 27236, Simrishamn, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 55.5490773, 14.341944
More museums in Sweden you might like
Well this is not really a museum but a bunch of cars that had been left in the forest. They are slowly being reclaimed by nature.
Located in an old hangar at the old Swedish Wing F10. Small museum with planes from the Swedish Air Force.
Over 100 vehicles, constantly rotated. Stanley Steamer, 1924; Mercedes 370 S Cab, 1931; Humber, 1903. Bikes like HVA, Douglas, Indian, Bultaco, and Norton.
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