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A visit to Chengdu's Classic Car Museum!

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by Talenia 

We were lucky enough to view Sanhe’s vintage car collection in Chengdu and wanted to share some exciting images with you! The collection, started by car mogul, Mr Huang, began in the early 1990s and the collection covers over 30 famous auto brands in China such as North Red Banner & South Shanghai. Other highlights include the “Benz Patent Motorwagen” - the first three-wheeled automobile powered by gasoline in the world, an Aston Martin DB4, Alfa Romeo 1900CSS, Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost (which recently won several prizes at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance for “the Best Auto in the World”, and an Auburn 851, the preferred vehicle for American political and business dignitaries in the 1930s.

For more than 20 years, Sanhe Group has been devoting itself to promote automotive culture through vintage cars and frequently takes part in various local and international car events. This collection, which is open to the public, is a true example of a passionate car lover! If you're a car lover and find yourself in the Sichuan city of Chengdu, be sure not to miss out on this amazing collection. Check out some of our favourties below...

1955 Mercedes-Benz 190SL
1960 Aston Martin DB4
Alfa Romeo 1900CSS
Car collector, Mr Huang, and his 1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

1960 Aston Martin DB4
Interior view of the DB4
1959 Cadillac
Close-up of the chrome detailing and tail lights
1951 Mercedes-Benz 170D 
Interior view of the 170D
1951 Chevrolet Bel Air

1935 Auburn 851

The Benz-Patent Motorwagen, Mercedes-Benz, 1886 - Widely regarded as the world's first automobile.

An overview of the car showrooms and the classic car museum, Top far right.

In case you're in the area for a visit, here's the address:

Sanhe Classic Car Museum

Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone

Airport Road No.138

610041 Chengdu, 51

China

成都三和老爷车博物馆, 地址:成都市高新区机场路新园南一路二号, 咨询热线:028-83165566

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Images courtesy of Luxglove & the Sanhe Classic Car Museum

 

 


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