Automobile Museum of Vendée is a history of the Giron family which for over 75 years has collected, restored and maintained cars, two wheels and all kinds of accessories related to historic vehicles for the sake of heritage preservation.
Over 150 vehicles are on public display in a 3,300 m² room with lots of posters, models and period accessories.
These 4 cars are all from 1898!
- Decauville Vis à Vis
- Tricar Leon Bollee
- Victoria par Belvalette
Some other older cars
- De Dion Bouton steam-engined, 1885
- De Dion Bouton Type W, 1904
- Motobloc Type N, 1908
- Peugeot Frères V2C2 coupé, 1910
- Rochet Schneider 10200 Phaeton, 1911
- Laffly balayeuse ville de Nantes, 1912
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Getting to the Museum
Address: D949 Route des Sables Départementale, 85440, Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, France, Europe
Coordinates: 46.4772756, -1.6675201
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