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Museum of Saxon Vehicles - Chemnitz - Germany - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Museum of Saxon Vehicles is a private museum located in Chemnitz. The museum has a nice collection of German cars, motorcycles and other vehicles that have been manufactured in the Saxon region. Cars like Wanderer, Audi, Horch and IFA are on display - as well as motorcycles from MZ, DKW, Heros and many other motorcycles and moped manufacturers.  
 
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A 1931 Horch 470 displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

A 1931 Horch 470 displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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Some of the many vintage motorcycles and mopeds displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

Some of the many vintage motorcycles and mopeds displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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A vintage Audi displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

A vintage Audi displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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A 1944 DKW NZ-350 military motorcycle with sidecar displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

A 1944 DKW NZ-350 military motorcycle with sidecar displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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Some of the toy cars displayed on a wall at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

Some of the toy cars displayed on a wall at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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Some of the classic motorcycles - like the MZ in the front - displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.

Some of the classic motorcycles - like the MZ in the front - displayed at the Museum of Saxon Vehicles in Chemnitz.
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