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An iconic car museum burned down

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All of the 250. historic exhibits - motorcycles such as Sunbeam, Brough Superior and Zundapp, and vintage cars - including Porsches and Ferraris - burned

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Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum was opened in 2016 by two motorcycle enthusiasts, Alban and Attila Scheiber. The museum was located at the foot of the Timmelsjoch Pass – near the border of Austria and Italy.

More than 60 firefighters arrived on the scene when the wooden building was already in flames. The main task of the firefighters, was to limit the spread of the fire to nearby buildings – including the restaurant.

No one was hurt during the fire. However, all of the 250 historical exhibits – motorcycles such as Sunbeam, Brough Superior and Zundapp, and vintage cars including Porsche and Ferrari – were burned

Posted by Fausto Macieira on Monday, January 18, 2021

(Photo by Timothy Eberly on Unsplash)

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