While this museum does have a collection of antique cars, it is also a strange homage to kitsch, with more teddy bears and knives than vehicles. When we visited we were the only people around save for the dated mannequins standing beside a few cars. Yes, the cars were glorious, but the overall impression I received was that this museum would be better off as a set for a horror movie than a place for families to visit. I left feeling uncomfortable and cheated of the admission fee.
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