Museums in Brazil
Three pavillons are filled with different vehicles
More than 40 vehicles from the 20s to the 80s, more than 600 miniatures, beautiful collection of gas pumps, pedal car, porcelain plates, neon's, watches, bar and shop, all in an air-conditioned environment.
Maintained by the Veteran Car Club do Ceará, this museum was opened in 1981. Today there are more than 70 cars there, including a Ford Model T from 1917 and several American boulevard cruisers from the 1950s
A new museum has been opened in Balneário Camboriú, a Brazilian beach resort at the end of 2020. More than 30 classic vehicles are being shown
The history of the Automobile Museum began in 1968, when a group of antique car enthusiasts founded the Automobile and Mechanical Antiques Club of Paraná - CAAMP, in order to bring together lovers of these antique machines to encourage their preservation.
Eduardo André Matarazzo (1932-2002) was an enterprenuer, who loved classic cars. In his free time he began restoring old cars in 1953 and opened a museum in the mid-1960s. Today his wife and daughter runs the museum, which now also includes airplanes, helicopters and other types of vehicles.
Since 1976, Rodrigo Cerqueira Moura has been acquiring and restoring old vehicles. Part of his collection is shown at this museum, including locally produced Aero Willys, a Renault Fregate and others
Teodoro F. Sobral Neto's personal collection of about 20 old cars, trucks and motorcycles.
In an area of approximately 1000 m2, this museum displays a lot of American cars, like a 1953 Cadillac, a 1946 Mercury and dozens of others. Additionally there are 15 Harley-Davidson motorcycles
"The mansion housing this museum was the home of Rui Barbosa, a legal expert, journalist, politician and - diplomat during the last 28 years of his life. Dating back to 1849, it is an important landmark in XIX century architecture in Rio, reflecting some neo-Classical influence.