Our cars

Our passion for classic timeless things is expressed via our automobiles. They do not necessarily have to be extremely expensive. Thus, under one roof a common home is found for well-known European classic sports cars, off road military automobiles and our Soviet auto heritage.



Ford GPW(Willys)
Ford GPW(Willys)

Prototype in 49 days

The Willys is considered the forefather of all contemporary all-terrain automobiles, SUVs and even Jeeps. The automobile was produced at the beginning of World War II when the US military high command announced a competitive tender for the construction of a universal, light and inexpensive four-wheel drive automobile. Only 3 of 135 auto manufacturers in the US participated in the competition due to the complexity of the criteria, which some manufacturers found impossible, for example, delivery of a completed prototype in 49 days.

Porsche 356 B T5
Porsche 356 B T5

Porsche reborn

The Porsche 356 is the first series type model produced by this legendary German automobile manufacturer. Although the 356 “Nr. 1” Roadster, constructed of Volkswagen Beetle parts in the summer of 1947, is viewed as the absolutely first Porsche, the honor of being the first series type model belongs to the Porsche 356. It was created by Ferdinand Porsche’s son Ferry, who made certain adjustments to the roadster, including moving the small 4 cylinder motor from the center to the rear of the automobile.

Austin-Healy 3000
Austin-Healy 3000

The Austin-Healy 3000

The Austin-Healy 3000 is a British convertible sports automobile that was produced from 1959 to 1967. In contemporary parlance, it was the 6 cylinder roadster Austin-Healy 100-6 with a “facelift”. The body was produced by Jensen Motors, whereas the automobiles themselves were assembled at the British Motor Corporation (BMC) works factory in Abingdon. Great Britain’s recovery after World War II, along with the demand in the US for European sports automobiles, were favorable factors for the development of the 3000 model.

Mini Cooper S
Mini Cooper S

Mr. Bean MINI

The Mini is a small economy car produced by the English-based British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered an icon of 1960s British popular culture.

Porsche 911 Turbo
Porsche 911 Turbo

Exclusive. Explosive. Expensive.

“Exclusive. Explosive. Expensive.” This was the indiscreet advertising slogan of the Porsche 911 Turbo in 1976. This automobile, created in the mid-1970s, was the fastest on-road automobile in Germany. Although the birth of the Porsche 911 occurred at an inopportune moment – the international oil crisis started in 1973 – Porsche did not say no to the Turbo. 2850 automobiles were sold in the first three years, but in 1977 the model reached the magic 300 HP limit, incredible for an aircooled motor.