And that, I would agree, would not be uncommon, as such reactions come quite handy when one visits the Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagoya. This was the museum built by the world’s biggest car manufacturer solely for the purpose of showcasing mostly vintage cars – the cars that have fascinated the world over time. As a tribute to its founder Kiichiro Toyoda, Toyota collected both the real ones, if available and replicas, if such have already been dumped into the dustbins of history.
The good thing about the museum is it’s not centered on Toyota alone – it also has on the line-up other models built by competitor-manufacturers. That makes the visitors’ experience more comprehensive as they fully grasp the evolution of the cars we see today.
I am featuring here some of the cars that attracted my awe and admiration. I would have placed the model names alongside the pictures, but on second thought, it seems I’m more inclined into knowing whether my readers are car aficionados.