The Louwman car museum originated from the private collection of the Louwman family and contains 275 cars; a cross-section of the history of the automobile. A number of vehicles relate to WWII and personalities. There is a Volkwagen Schwimmwagen, the Mercedes Nürnberg 500 of Kaiser Wilhelm II, which was first in the garage in Doorn, Montgomery's Sunbeam S7/S8 engine, donated to him in 1948 and Churchill's Humber Pullmann from 1954.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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- Text: Kaj Metz + Maurice Laarman
- Photos: Maurice Laarman
- Alf van Beem