Frey’s Mazda Classic Car Museum in Augsburg, Germany
The Frey’s Mazda Classic Car Museum, located in historic Augsburg, Germany, is the first collection of classic Mazda cars outside of Japan in the world. Owned by the Frey family, this museum’s constantly rotating supply of classic Mazdas will have you coming back again and again.
The Freys are a family local to Augsburg and started selling Mazda vehicles in the late 1970s. Since then, they’ve curated an extensive collection, with everything from the Mazda’s first ever car, the 1950 Mazdago, to trucks, sports cars, and buses, all from the mid-20th century.
The Frey family has been building a collection since the 1980s, just a couple of years after their love of Mazda cars and their iconic rotary engines led them to open their Mazda dealership. With a collection representing every model Mazda had launched in the last 50 years, the natural next step was to open a museum to display them.
Now located in a once-abandoned tram depot, the unique Frey’s Mazda Classic Car Museum has some cars on permanent display, like the 1968 Mazda Cosmo Sport, so fans can return to these iconic cars again and again. Ranging from the 1930s all the way to the 2003 MX-5 Coupe, the collection has something from every decade and every kind of car imaginable.
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