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Motor-Museum Öhringen

Address: Stettiner Str. 22 Öhringen, Germany


More than 100 motorcycles from the 50s and 60s are represented, including Adler, AJS, Ardie, BMW, BSA, DKW, Harley-Davidson, Hoffmann, Honda, Horex, Matchless, Moto-Guzzi, Norton, NSU, Puch, Scott, Triumph, Velocette, and Zündapp.

The museum also houses a large collection of automobiles from the era, along with auto-related art and antiques.

Review: "In this museum you can admire an arrangement of 30 top-class sports- and touring cars as well as 100 motorcycles from the time period 1945 until 1990, which are, according to the respective decade, decorated appropriately. Further exhibited collections show more than 350 enamel plates, nearly 300 German cameras, handicrafts and design/art articles from the fifties and sixties."

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