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The magical Rena Automobile Museum


Founded in 2003, the Reina Automobile Museum is located in Nashville, Tennessee. The main feature of the Automobile Museum is to collect most of the European automobiles and motor vehicles. Its main attraction is to display many rare vehicles in the United States.

The Rena Automobile Museum was founded by Jeff lane and Susan lane. At first, there were only 70 private cars owned by them. Their hidden car was located in the sunshine bakery from 1951 to 1994. Now some unique items of the building are still preserved as souvenirs. Then they gradually expanded the scale of their car collection, and finally established the Rena Automobile Museum in 2003.


The Rena Automobile Museum has a collection of 330 cars, 20 cars related to art and memorabilia, all stored in the former sunshine bakery. In addition, there are other unique details of the building which also form the collection of the Automobile Museum. In addition to Europe, the Czechoslovak car storage capacity of Rena Automobile Museum is the largest, mainly including 13 Tatara cars, European innovative design cars, mini cars, three wheel cars, amphibious vehicles, new energy vehicles, military vehicles, prototype templates of class I vehicles, etc.

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