Koller Classic Car Museum
They have about 100 cars but display 70 of them at any time, 120 years of car history. You can follow the development of the vehicles from the first carriage to the latest sports car.
The exhibition includes models from the beginning of car manufacturing in 1886 with brands such as Porsche, Ferrari, Jaguar and Rolls Royce, as well as rare models by Bugatti, Hispano Suiza and Packard. They also have historic bicycles, motorbikes and tractors.
A few of the cars are listed below, see the link to their car inventory below.
- 1886, Benz Motorwagen
- 1898, Jewel 2-Axle Rigid Body Tourer
- 1908, Stimula
- 1911, Renault CE
- 1919, Puch XII
- 1922, Studebaker Special SIX, Modell EL
- 1928, Hispano Suiza HS26 Junior Roadster
- 1930, Packard 740
- 1931, Austro Daimler ADR
- 1934, Steyr 30
See all the images Kristian took on a trip here in 2016 Journey to: Koller’s Oldtimer Museum in Kleinwetzdorf, Austria.
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Phone number(s): +43 / 2956 / 81240
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Address: Wimpffen-Gasse 5, 3704, Kleinwetzdorf, Austria, Europe
Coordinates: 48.4998576, 15.9489525
Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
Photography permitted: Yes
Tripod permitted: Yes
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Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.
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