Time traveling: 1980s European cars at the Chicago Motor Show
1980s / Alfa Romeo / American / Aston Martin / Audi / Bitter / British / DeLorean / Electric / Ferrari / Fiat / Ford / French / Irish / Italian / Jaguar / Japanese / Lamborghini / Land Rover / Lotus / Maserati / Mazda / Mercedes-Benz / Merkur / Mitsubishi / Nissan / Piaggio / Porsche / Renault / Rolls-Royce / Sterling / Subaru / Swedish / TVR / Vespa / Volkswagen / Volvo / Yugo / Yugoslavian

Time traveling: 1980s European cars at the Chicago Motor Show

The first edition of the Chicago Motor Show was held in 1901, making it one of the oldest car shows in the world. The Chicago show was once one of the nation’s largest automotive events but it is overshadowed today by bigger, more important industry trade shows held in New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. … Continue reading

Ran When Parked visits Toyota’s History Garage museum in Tokyo
1920s / 1930s / 1940s / 1950s / 1960s / 1970s / American / British / Cadillac / Chevrolet / Citroen / Datsun / DeLorean / Dino / Ferrari / Fiat / French / German / Honda / Irish / Isuzu / Italian / Jaguar / Japanese / Mazda / Messerschmitt / Morris / Nissan / Renault / Subaru / Toyota / Volkswagen / Volvo

Ran When Parked visits Toyota’s History Garage museum in Tokyo

Ran When Parked recently visited Toyota’s History Garage museum in Odaiba, an entertainment-focused area of Tokyo, Japan. The museum is part of the Palette Town complex that is also home to a huge Toyota showroom, an even bigger maze-like shopping center called Venus Port, a Ferris wheel, a casino and so forth. Continue reading

Ran When Parked visits the Zeithaus museum in Wolfsburg, Germany
1930s / 1940s / 1950s / 1960s / 1970s / 1980s / 1990s / 2000s / Audi / BMW / Borgward / British / Citroen / DeLorean / DKW / East German / French / German / Gutbrod / Honda / Irish / Italian / Japanese / Karmann / Lamborghini / Lancia / Messerschmitt / MG / NSU / Porsche / Trabant / Tractor / Volkswagen / Wartburg

Ran When Parked visits the Zeithaus museum in Wolfsburg, Germany

Following our visit to the Volkswagen brand museum in Wolfsburg, Germany, we trekked over to Autostadt in the center of the city to visit the museum there.  Autostadt (a name that literally translates to “car city” in German) is a Volkswagen-themed visitor attraction that houses a museum, a pavilion for the SEAT, Škoda, Audi and … Continue reading