10 Rare And Historic Cars Preserved In Museums Around The World

One of the most luxurious cars ever made, the Bugatti Royale is a masterpiece of automotive design. The Kellner Coupe, one of the six produced, is known for its opulent features and distinctive appearance.

Mullin Automotive Museum

It represents the formative years of the automobile industry and showcases the transition from horse-drawn carriages to motorized vehicles.

National Automobile Museum

This elegant and powerful pre-war roadster is a prime example of the craftsmanship of the Mercedes-Benz brand. The 540K Special Roadster is renowned for its striking design and advanced engineering.

Mercedes-Benz Museum

The Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Spider is a rare and exquisite pre-war sports car. Its sleek design, advanced technology, and racing pedigree make it a prized exhibit in the Louwman Museum.

Louwman Museum

Often considered the precursor to the iconic Porsche 911, the Type 64 is a rare and historically significant sports car. With its streamlined body and innovative design, it showcases the roots of the Porsche brand.

Porsche Museum

The Duesenberg SJ Speedster is an American classic known for its powerful supercharged engine and elegant Art Deco styling. It represents the pinnacle of luxury and performance in the 1930s.

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 NART Spider is an extremely rare and desirable classic. Only ten were ever built, and its connection to the famous North American Racing Team (NART) adds to its allure.

 Petersen Automotive Museum

The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato is a rare and sought-after British-Italian collaboration. Its unique design, combining the elegance of Aston Martin with Zagato's styling, makes it a standout in automotive history.

Museo Enzo Ferrari