A must for all classic car enthusiasts and automobile enthusiasts is the Dr.-Ing. Hans Jochem Steim Foundation in Schramberg in the Black Forest.
The private collection with around 130 unique vehicles promises exciting insights into the history of international automotive engineering from more than 115 years:
The exclusive exhibits of different brands impressively illustrate the development of automobile production up to the present day.
On around 3,000 m² of exhibition space, visitors can not only experience a piece of contemporary history, but also discover real treasures:
Among the numerous automobiles are top-class rarities such as a Maybach Zeppelin from 1932, a De Dion from 1902 and a Ford N Runabout from 1907, the Mercedes 300 of former Federal President Heinrich Lübke from 1959 and a Mercedes 500 K Cabrio C from 1935.
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