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Friday, December 9, 2011


The Mercedes-Benz Museum is an automotive museum housed in Stuttgart, Germany.
Stuttgart is home to the Mercedes-Benz brand and the international headquarters of Daimler AG.

So out of Audi, Porsche and BMW this was my favourite....no.no..not biased ! Haha..

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The Pix:
"THE place."

"The first Mercedes-Benz is this horse...hyuk hyuk..Am sure there is a good story as to why its here but I just cant remember !"

"1895 Benz Omnibus which had a breath-taking top speed of 20km per hour."

"1899 Benz Dos-a-Dos"

"1904 Simplex 60RS"

"1936 500k Roadster."

"The dashboard of the 500k Roadster ."

"1955 300 SL Coupe."

"1974 Bus that carried the World Cup winning West Germany."

"The 1980 Popemobile."

"What what would be the Pope's plate number ..7 of course !"

"The 2011 SLK 250 CGI."

"I can dream..right?"

"1934 RennWagen W25."

"Whoa...WTH is this ?"

" I can dream...right ?"

"My SLK boys !"

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Monday, September 19, 2011


The Porsche museum in Stuttgart stands on a conspicuous junction just outside Porsche Headquarters in Zuffenhausen.
The exhibition area covers 5600 square meters featuring around 80 exhibits, many rare cars and a variety of historical models.

You are free to choose whether to start chronologically with the company history before 1948, or to head directly into the main area of the exhibition, which contains a chronological history of Porsche products and thematic islands.
Both areas are interlinked by the “Porsche Idea” section, which forms the highlight of the exhibition.

Even if you are not exactly a Porsche fan like me, you will find it interesting.

For the official website click this.

The Pix:
"Have GPS....will travel"

"The garage which is not usually opened for visitors."

"Austro-Daimler ADS R-Sascha"

"Porsche Typ360 CI-Sitalia....or something to that effect."

"Porsche Studie Panamericana.....never did see mass production"

"The Panamericana tyres even has the Porsche logo as its thread !"

"Been chased by this cop car..you would slow down to have a look at it..then the cops would nab you faster then you can say .."We won the war...."

"The Trophy Room !"

"911 GT3"

"..And we thought Porsche only made cars.."

"And leaving the Porsche Museum ..... it was onwards to the Mercedes-Benz Museum !!!'

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Monday, June 27, 2011


Despite not being a very big BMW fan, the visit was quite enjoyable.

The BMW Museum showcases the history BMW its brand and its products in an innovative and fascinating presentation format. Displayed over 5,000 square metres of exhibition space are around 125 of the brand’s most precious and appealing cars, motorcycles and engines.

The BMW Museum was opened in 1973 as one of the first brand museums.

What was also impressive is the very-hands on manner the sales staff treat you when you collect your car. Its a whole production in itself !

For more info on the place click this.

The pix:
"BMW Museum."

"BMW World."

"The incredible kinetic sculpture that changes its shape to form BMW models. 714 metallic orbs that float is the first thing you will see when you enter the museum."

"The FIRST BMW motorbike."

"The awesome motorbike displays."

"The BMW R1200."

"1938 - BMW 327/28."

"1955 BMW Isetta...a strange car which looks like something out of a Noddy cartoon !"

"1956 - BMW 507."

"1939 - BMW 328."

"1999 - BMW Z9 G7 ; never made it to the market."

The inside...impressive."

"1937 BMW WR500..set the land speed record back in the day."

"The legendary BMW M1 from 1972."

"The evolution of the 7 series."

"Logos and classes through the ages....nice display!"

"Part of the museum featured cars painted pop-art style by renowned artists."

"A special message form the people at BMW...!!"

"And with that we are done with the BMW Museum..next stop Stuttgart and Porshe !!"

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