To brighten up the start of a new school year, our boutique offers a wide range of items for children: fluorescent clothing, note pads, pencils, pens and biros … And for all fans of the Audi Quattro, whose exhibition kicks-off on 11th September, an array of Audi gadgets, and obviously some wonderful scale models.
Since mid-July this car proudly takes centre stage in the heart of the museum: a real VW Beetle 1300cc dating from 1969 in a specially built Bburago box to welcome her. Anyone can win it by purchasing, in our shop, its 1/24th Bburago scale model. Limited to a mere 4,000 units, the scale model is sold together with a small card to be completed with the coordinates of the purchaser and which will act as the ticket for the draw to be held on Sunday 14th February at midday, during the 13th Love Bugs Parade. Price of the scale model: 30 €uros (or 40 €uros with an admission ticket to Autoworld). The possibility exists to purchase it by correspondence by sending an email to email@example.com (postage cost 10 €).
This spectacular Chevrolet Corvette dating from 1978 has just joined the Autoworld collection. With its 5733 cm3 engine, its V8 and 220 bhp allowing a top speed of 190 km/h, it is undoubtedly the American sports car par excellence. Synonymous with freedom and adventure, it is also the most popular sports car in history. This Corvette (C3) is part of the third generation, inspired by the Mako Shark II concept car. It is also one of the rare original "Pace Cars" of the 500 Miles of Indianapolis of 1978. It is to be admired in the “Sport & Competition” zone… where else?
They welcome you, keep you informed, guide you and take the utmost care to ensure that your visit to Autoworld runs as smoothly as possible. Who are these people you only know by sight? Today we are meeting André. This amiable man knows the museum like the back of his hand. And for good reason. André literally lives in the museum since the first day. In other words, … for 34 years.
With his slap on 80 years André has practically done everything, experienced everything, seen everything at Autoworld. Apart from general management he has held (almost) all the positions. Even though retired, he has the museum in his skin and always ready when called upon for an evening event, helping with the setting up of exhibitions, or keeping a close eye on children who were building Lego cars this summer. Always ready, always smiling but with a strong temperament. “You can’t pull the wool over his eyes”! and when it comes to being a gendarme at the entrance to ...