Denmark - Jysk Automobile Museum - Gjern - 3

Jysk Automobile Museum - Gjern - Denmark - Car - Motorcycle - Jutland - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
Jysk Automobile Museum (Jysk Automobil Museum) was opened in 1967 and has a focus on cars, motorcycles and automobile equipment from from 1900 until 1950. All cars and motorcycles are restored to a state, where they look almost brand new. The museum is situated in the small village Gjern just outside the town of Silkeborg - an approx 20 km. from Aarhus.
   
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Buick, Plymouth, Adler from before World War II on display at Jysk Automobile Museum

Buick, Plymouth, Adler from before World War II on display at Jysk Automobile Museum
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Jysk Automobile Museum also has a large collection of vintage motorcycles like: BMW, BSA, Triumph and Nimbus (a Danish motorcycle brand).

Jysk Automobile Museum also has a large collection of vintage motorcycles like: BMW, BSA, Triumph and Nimbus (a Danish motorcycle brand).  
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One of the most modern cars in the collection at Jysk Automobile museum.

One of the most modern cars in the collection at Jysk Automobile museum.
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Jysk Automobile Museum also has a small collection of vintage trucks and tractors - like this Fordson.

Jysk Automobile Museum also has a small collection of vintage trucks and tractors - like this Fordson.
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The cars at Jysk Automobile Museum are all restored to original condition - like this 1928 Buick.

The cars at Jysk Automobile Museum are all restored to original condition - like this 1928 Buick.
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Citröen and Opel at Jysk Automobile Museum.

Citröen and Opel at Jysk Automobile Museum.
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