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Discussion in 'Motor Vehicles' started by Turpuli, Apr 29, 2005.
What car is that in the fifth picture, top row from left to right?
I posted the cars' make and model under each of the pictures; the one you mean is a 1963 Facel Vega Facel II.
Great pics, mate. Thanks for sharing. Hope you had a good time!
Went to a well-known car museum/garage/dealership called The Gallery during work time today, so don't tell my boss, okay? Sorry for the quality, it's only phone pics. Enjoy!
Moar Cars! And coffee.
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Lot's of great cars there. Thanks for sharing.
For my birthday back in March, my parents invited me on a road trip to the Auto & Technik Musem in Sinsheim, Germany.
So on Monday we drove 500 km to the other side of Germany and stayed in a very nice little hotel. This morning, we drove
the same 500 km back home. Thanks to the new car, it was a breeze with an average speed of 107 kmh.
We have two fully accessible supersonic jets for you, the Concorde and Tupolev TU-144, located on the museum
roof. There is something for everyone to discover in the exhibition halls, hundreds of classic cars and motorcycles from
all eras, huge steam engines, formula 1 legends, classy sports cars, record-breaking vehicles like the Blue Flame or Brutus, farming
machines, giant engines, a military history exhibition, and much more. A visit to the IMAX 3D movie theatre is an unforgettable experience,
featuring exclusive 3D films on a screen as high as a house.
We spent about 7 hours walking around all the halls and looking and everything they had to offer, including a nice 3D
African wildlife movie. According to my phone, we covered a bit more than 7 kilometers looking at jets, cars, helicopters,
tanks, and bunkers. It was an incredible experience. Besides all the vehicles in the photos, we went inside a Concorde and
its Russian Rival the Tupolev TU-155, and looked and listened to the 47l Brutus.
This is part one of all the photos I took with my phone. I'll post the second batch - the military exhibition - tomorrow, and after
that I'll post some photos taken with the digital camera, since I did not photograph every car with the phone. With the camera,
I captured everything. This is the link to the album. Click the YouTube-looking icon in the top right to start a slideshow. This first
part is 129 images. Pressing F11 fullscreens your browser.
## Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim ##
lol, I like the slogan, "Phone Edition"
That museum looks like a sweet place to visit if I ever set foot in Germany.
Interesting way they have the airplanes as display; most museums have the airplanes sitting on the flat ground.
I am going to share your pictures with my brother since he likes cars
Go right ahead. I'll see if I can get the second batch uploaded today.
I know what you mean about the planes. With all those cars on the showroom floor, I kept
forgetting to look up! I had to go back to some places and check out the aircraft models I'd
Here's the second batch of phone pictures, covering the military exhibit. Slideshow option in the top right.
## Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim, Part Two ##
That museum is just missing boats an spacecrafts
We didn't have enough time, but we're planning to go again in a year or two and
also visit a museum that's about 100 km away from Sinsheim. In said museum they
Here's the final part of all the photos I took at the museum. These are images I took with an old-ish
digital camera and they contain mostly vehicles I didn't take pictures of using my phone.
## Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim, Part Three ##
I wonder how they have that one displayed like, on top of airplane or with rocket boosters.
Went to the beach today and stumbled upon a small BMW meet up!
All pics were taken on my phone in bright sunlight, I could hardly see the screen!
They come in some nice colors!
The picture of the matte black M3 doesn't do it justice! everyone was like W0W...
Having a midweek holiday in Berlin with some Freunden this week. We did some cool stuff already, these are some pictures of the Technik Museum. Taken, edited and posted on/from my phone.
Did you notice you were being hunted by wolves?
Part one: my post contains too many characters otherwise.
More cars of Berlin. Most of these cars were located in the Classic Remise, a place where collectors and enthusiasts can both park, show, work on and sell their cars. For everyone else, it's basically a motoring heaven, free of charge to enter. As you can see, there's offices, workshops by country-ish (so American cars have their own workshop, as do Italians, British, German and French cars) where people can work on their cars, shops and dealerships. We went there twice in 5 days time, and both times there were some other cars on display. or being driven in and out of the Classic Remise building. This one is well worth visiting. Most of these pics were shot with my Moto G Play and edited on the Google Photos app.
WARINING: PICTURE FLOOD