Museums / Iran Historical Car Museum
The Iran Historical Car Museum has gathered a collection of the best and in some cases the most unique automobiles of the car industry in order to preserve them and explain the history of the entrance of cars into Iran through displaying them.
Some of the museum automobiles are rare in the car industry such as the gold-plated Pierce-Arrow limousine, the world’s only Panther-Lazer car produced in the world, and the only joint work of the three giant car companies of Mercedes, Porsche and Volkswagen. Also, we can refer to the rich collection of Rolls-Royce models such as the Silver Ghost Rolls-Royce of Ahmad Shah, the last Shah of the Qajar dynasty, Phantom III and the only bullet-proof Rolls-Royce Phantom IV and a wonderful Mercedes collection including: 190 SL, 500K and 600 Limousine, etc.
In the section of super sports cars, we can refer to Lamborghini Countach and Miura, Ferrari 500 Superfast, Bizzarrini and several models of Porsche such as Porsche 365, and Porsche 911 Turbo.
Furthermore, there are other automobiles on display, namely Chrysler 300K (with accessories like: refrigerator, gramophone player, gold-plated dashboard, etc.), Cadillac Fleetwood and Lincoln Continental Limousine, etc.
Worthy of mention are the royal coach of Nasereddin Shah (the oldest coach in Iran) and the special coronation coach. Both coaches were made by the famous “Wagon Fabric” company of Austria.
Every day from 9 to 17:30 except Saturdays
Tel: +98 – 21 – 44525879
Next to Sepah Chain Store, Street 25, Kilometer 11 of Tehran-Karaj Expressway, Tehran, Iran