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Museo del Automovil Club Argentino

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A little bit of auto history..

This is one of the free things to see if your intetested in autos. It has a few racing cars that... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2018
Michael L
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Port Orange, Florida
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Lovingly restored collection

This was a very small collection - about 4 cars on the ground floor, and the main collection up on... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
STELLA08Auckland
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Av. Libertador, 1850 | Sede Central del A.C.A. - Automóvil Club Argentino, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

MUSEO DEL AUTOMOVIL CLUB ARGENTINO (A.C.A.) Automobile Museum Located the offices of the ACA, close to Hospital Rivadavia, Libertador and Tagle. There is a collection of a variety of cars, motorbikes and old petrol stations. Some scale models as well. At ground and 1st floor...More

Thank César T
Reviewed 16 March 2018 via mobile

This is one of the free things to see if your intetested in autos. It has a few racing cars that were part of argentine history. My favorite is the 1949 Ferrari with the V12!!

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 10 March 2018 via mobile

My husband arrived this afternoon March 10th a Saturday at 3:30 p.m. and the young woman inside mouthed to us that it was closed. No signs no entrance no exit no hours nothing!!! Seriously people use your heads. We are not from here. Try to...More

Thank fiberfreak
Reviewed 30 May 2017

This was a very small collection - about 4 cars on the ground floor, and the main collection up on the first floor. Absolutely beautiful old cars, you could feel the history surrounding them. Admission was free, which was a bonus. We stayed about an...More

1  Thank STELLA08Auckland
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Having visited many mostly European car museums I was pleasantly surprised with the 18 vehicles on display here. Highlights for me were an early Austin, a two inline seater Wanderer and the scale 1:10 models are to die for! Not a reason to visit Argentina...More

Thank davidmgeer
Reviewed 3 December 2016

The museum comprises a collection of beautiful vintage cars, collection of racing cars, and of course in Argentina (the home of the Pope) a Popemobile. The vintage cars include an 1892 Daimler, 1903 Holsman, 1907 International Model D, 1904 Darracq, 1903 Peugot, 1908 Fort Model...More

2  Thank KodoDrummer
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Small museum displaying some cars in entrance and a collection on the first floor. Some rare cars ( particularly French makes I had never heard of). We were the only visitors here. Museum is free entrance.

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 14 March 2016 via mobile

Housed on the second floor of the ACA Club headquarters inside a massive concrete building built by one of Argentina's great architects, A. Bustillo, are truly some automotive works of art. There is a great deal of information related to Argentina's famed racing history. Several...More

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