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    Some pics taken at the French National Motor Museum in Mulhouse, mostly ex Schlumph brothers collection. What a phenomenal place, would have to be the bet museum of any type I have ever visited, and I've seen quite a few.

    Particularly like the Talbot Lago Grand Prix car and the Salmson.

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    Have a heap more pics for later if anyone is interested.

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    It's a great museum. All sorts of cars. I spent nearly 90 minutes in the model car room alone!
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    I can remember when the Schlumpfs were busted - car mags and their readers were in awe. It's been good to see that respect has endured for a good portion of what was squirrelled away.

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    Yes a great place to visit, with a lot of history.

    The Schlumpf brothers story is amazing on its own.
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    Thank you for the photos.

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    Some more pics, including one very handsome bloke in front of one of the greatest cars of all time. The Citroens are there because of my wife (I have a soft spot s well) and the Pugs for a couple of my twisted mates, Flash and Boydie.French Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0170.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0178.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0180.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0186.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0188.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0190.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0191.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0192.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0193.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0194.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0197.jpgFrench Motor Museum Mulhouse-dsc_0198.jpg

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    That 203 is interesting. Probably late 1950, 203C tail lights and parallel wipers. Wheels also seem 380mm.

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