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Thread: Toyota Treffen Hartkirchen Germany *picture-heavy*

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    Toyota Treffen Hartkirchen Germany *picture-heavy*

    Hi!

    At the end of July this year, I joined the annual Oldschool-Toyota-meeting at the biggest Toyota-Museum in Europe near Passau in southern Germany.
    All Toyotas until 1989 were allowed because they are already very rare. Some pics from the cars that showed up there:









    Some newer cars joined us too:





    The rarest, oldest and most expensive ones:





    We played some games too and I won the 2nd price at those games:



    Some pics from the huge Museum to come!

    Lukas :P

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    More pics from the meeting:















    Lukas

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    Now pics from the amazing Museum:

















    Lukas

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    More pics :lol:





















    If youŽd like some informations about one car or do not know what car it is, feel free to ask! :wink:

    Lukas

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    OMG, that's a dream for Toyotaku like me. I must, must visit that museum someday. I love the Starlet wagon and the Land Cruiser fire truck.

    Thanks for posting the pics!

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    toyota

    I love it!!!

    I want to go there to mow the lawn for these beauties.

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    I am glad you like the pictures!

    The Museum is located in Hartkirchen near Passau, in the south-east of Germany near the Austrian border:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passau

    There is a big Mazda-museum in Germany too, near Augsburg:

    http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/serv ... ml?item=25

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augsburg

    This would also be worth a visit while you stay in Germany.

    Lukas

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    Is that a stash of NOS sheetmetal in the rafters?


    Looks like a good take, if I ever go to Germany, I know where I am going! I hope its near a traditional German brewery!

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    There is a huge amount of spare parts in the Museum too, from bodywork to whole engines and transmissions.

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    that museum looks amazing! another place to visit before i die

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