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Museo Juan Manuel Fangio (Museum), Balcarce, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

South America

Last modified:

October 7, 2019

Added:

February 21, 2018

General information

Excellent list of Vehicles, and a serious racing history. From a Ford “A” 1929 (de Bianculli) to a 1958 Maserati 450 S, and over 35 in between.

Rick and Kathy Howe has been to this museum and this is what they have to say about the museum: “This is a fantastic museum of racing cars and memorabilia housed in the home town of the five time World Champion. It’s a wonderful collection of cars ranging from the type of hot-rod American cars Fangio raced in Argentina in the 30’s and 40’s right up to his Grand Prix cars from Ferrari, Maserati and Mercedes-Benz which took him to five titles in seven years from 1951-57. If you are ever in Argentina try to get to Balcarce, a rural city 400 kms south of Buenos Aires, so that you can see this collection. Outstanding! ”

Read more about this museum and see all of Rick and Kathy Howe’s images at motor-museums.com. Their images below used with permission.

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

Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 26-50, Car Inventory link

Items Exhibited at the Museum

Cars:

            

Available in the following languages:
English, Spanish

Museum Contact Info

Contact Email: No information available
Contact Form: Link

Getting to the Museum

Address: esquina, Calle 17 & Calle 18, 7620, Balcarce, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
Coordinates: -37.8480711, -58.2552717

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