Musée Automobile Reims Champagne

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Musée Automobile Reims Champagne, (Reims Automobile Museum), is a motor museum located in Reims. It was founded in 1985 to house the collection of Philippe Charbonneaux. It houses the fifth largest vehicle collection in France, with 230 cars dating from 1908.

Description[edit]

The museum was founded in 1985 to house the collection of Philippe Charbonneaux. The premises at 84 Avenue Georges Clémenceau, 51100 Reims, house the fifth largest vehicle collection in France, with 230 cars dating from 1908.[1]

The collection[edit]

Cars[edit]

The collection includes: Amilcar, Berliet, Chenard-Walcker, CIME, Citroën, DB, De Dion-Bouton, Delage, Delahaye, Panhard, Peugeot, Renault, Salmson, Simca and Talbot.[1]

Motor cycles[edit]

The motor-cycle collection includes: BSA, Condor, Gillet, Monet-Goyon, Motobécane, Norton, NSU, Soyer, Terrot, and Triumph.[1]

Toys[edit]

Portions of the museum are devoted to toys and pedal-cars.[1]

Administration[edit]

The museum is currently managed by an association of collectors.[1]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°15′03″N 4°03′01″E / 49.2509°N 4.0503°E / 49.2509; 4.0503