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50 museums every car fan should visit

Classic & Sports Car Logo By Chris Rowlands of Classic & Sports Car | Slide 2 of 51: Porsche opened its first museum in 1976, but it was a modest affair that housed just 20 cars – hardly fitting for one of the greatest names in sports cars.Nowadays, the marque’s collection is housed in a dramatic €100m structure close to Porsche HQ. Exhibits spiral chronologically in a seamless white setting, with vehicles on raised platforms against the walls and all arranged so that you can get close, with no barriers.All of the production cars are present, of course, plus competition cars – including an awesome set of 917s.Visit the Porsche Museum website here

1. Porsche Museum (Stuttgart, Germany)

Porsche opened its first museum in 1976, but it was a modest affair that housed just 20 cars – hardly fitting for one of the greatest names in sports cars.Nowadays, the marque’s collection is housed in a dramatic €100m structure close to Porsche HQ. Exhibits spiral chronologically in a seamless white setting, with vehicles on raised platforms against the walls and all arranged so that you can get close, with no barriers.All of the production cars are present, of course, plus competition cars – including an awesome set of 917s.Visit the Porsche Museum website here
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