Autosammlung Steim Schramberg DE - 1 augustus 2012
A must for all vintage and Automotive enthusiasts is the
Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jochem-Steim Foundation Schramberg / Black Forest.
The private collection of over 130 unique vehicles currently promises exciting insights into the history of the international automotive industry of the past 110 years:
The first class exhibits different brands illustrate impressively the development of automobile manufacturing until the present time into it.
At around 3,000 square meters of exhibition area, visitors can experience not only a piece of history, but also discover real treasures:
Among the numerous top-class cars are rarities like a Maybach Zeppelin from 1932, a de Dion in 1902 and a Ford runabout N of 1907 or the Mercedes 300 of the former Federal President Heinrich Lübke to see in 1959.
Since March 2010, enters the car collection in Steim together with the two museums Auto and Clock Museum Hours and inventor of the diesel Museum under the common name "Car & Watches Schramberg world."