Fondation Hervé, Aigle, Switzerland


Last modified:

July 14, 2019


April 11, 2019

General information

Started in 1948, the collection of classic cars gathered by Jacques de Wurstemberger includes cars presenting a particular technical interest or a coachwork of a striking elegance, representing perfectly the car manufacturing from the 1920’s to our days.

According to the taste of their collector, one can see characteristic English, French and Italian cars of their time, among them are some which were constructed to some few models only.

Therefore they are extremely rare.

Some of the cars are:

  • Avion Voisin C 25 “Aérodyne”
  • Aston Martin DB1, 1950
  • Delage D8-120 S, 1938
  • A C “Ace”, 1963
  • MG K3, 1934

If the image is blurry, we are awaiting images from the Museum.

Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 1-25, Car Inventory link

General Museum Links

Available in the following languages:
English, French, Italian

Comments: Number of items on display not verified.

Museum Contact Info

Contact Email: No information available
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Getting to the Museum

Address: Chemin de Marjolin 49, 1860, Aigle, Switzerland, Europe
Coordinates: 46.308277, 6.969329

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