Some of the exhibited cars are in good shape, some seem to be parked there rightaway from the street – rusty and bruised. What may seem to be a downside for aestheticians, is, in fact, a way to show the character of some »workhorse-cars« as a big russian Wolga, the chekoslovakian Tatra or some east german firebrigade-trucks. But you´ll find some shiny american and west-german cars as well.
I´ve visited the museum twice, I would have spent two more days, if only there were not the sun and the sea calling for me...
|Tatra T2-603, Modell 69 – the chekoslovakian version of the Phantomas car. Fineliner and watercolour.|
|Old Tram vehicle, used in the city of Plauen. Beause of strong backlight I had to guess much of the details of the carriage...|