Musée Automobile of Lorraine

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Cars and motorbikes in the Musee Automobile
In 1969, three collectors Pierre Dinier, Yvon Quilès and Jean-Bernard Sarthe conceived the idea of ​​combining their collections and establishing an automobile museum. In March 1970 she opened the doors of the Musée Automobile in Lorraine, France.

A beautiful location where in one tastefully decorated hall one could enjoy fifty classics, in the other one hundred. A major renovation followed in 1975 and a second one in 1977. Since then it has been a Mecca for the classic enthusiast with a huge library. Moreover, from time to time a high-class classic and parts exhibition is organized. Easy to find on the A31 after you take the 17 exit at Nancy on the Autoroute. Further information: ALAAC, A31, Sortie 17 Nancy Toul, F-54840 Velaine-en-Haye.

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The December issue, containing:

  • restoration report Fiat 1900B Granluce
  • restoration report Renault 5 Alpine Turbo
  • Austin 3 Liter
  • De Golf Convertible and the Creme21 Youngtimer Rallye
  • restoration report Hoffmann Governor MP 250-2
  • Kawasaki GTR 1000
  • Fisherman's Ambulance Museum
  • Duplicate type designations Part XX
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The perfect reading material for an evening or more of undisturbed dreaming. It is now in stores. A subscription is of course better, because then you will no longer miss a number and you are also much cheaper. Not bad in these expensive times.

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