Vintage Collection of Classic Cars Museum, Udaipur

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See a range of automobiles evoking a bygone era at Vintage Collection of Classic Cars Museum, a facility displaying the private collection of the House of Mewar. The 22 cars in the Maharanas' collection each have their own story; through these vehicles, you'll also learn about the house, its residents, and their elite lifestyle. Stored in the former state garage, the collection includes a seven-seater 1938 Cadillac, and the Rolls-Royce Phantom driven by James Bond in the film "Octopussy." Before you head to Udaipur, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Udaipur trip itinerary maker website, to make sure you see all that Udaipur has to offer, including Vintage Collection of Classic Cars Museum.
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  • A place worth visiting, any one who loves cars should not miss this place, excellent place for Vintage Care Lovers, but make sure you ask someone at the Entry to explain the makes and when the cars...  more »
  • A place worth visiting for auto-enthusiasts. There are 50 odd cars, jeeps & trucks that are maintained in pristine condition and are still working. I have 2 boys and they had a gala time at the...  more »
  • You should be able to see the cars in 360 degree view. The cars here are tucked in garage and you can only see them from front. I would strongly recommend not to go here. If you want to have the same experience, try checking out YouTube videos of vintage cars. At least you'll know more about them and also have a full view. Some of the cars have a legendary tail or rear, but hey! For 350₹ you can just see the car from front, because the management here Thinks "F* you!"
  • I would not have minded the Rs350, if there were more cars and the tech notes for each car were informative. There's no mention of engine configuration/interesting technical features or even basic specifications. You can't get near the cars to look inside/underneath, and none had the engines visible. Most of the cars are in need of some serious restoration. A lot of the cars were never special models, but cheapest versions of basic models. It's like the 'museum' was put together by someone who has no knowledge or passion for cars.

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