The right shine costs millions: restoring retro-vehicles

Sunday, 07 March 2010 09:29

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Technical Museum boasts about a hundred retro-cars, including Cadillacs, limousines and cabriolets. They are all polished and almost all in running order.

It can take up to several years to restore a car. Restoration costs depend on the car’s price. For example, it costs $45,000 to renovate a Moskvich 401. Restoring a Horch-853 to its former glory will cost 120,000 euros. This is a rare and expensive car. The museum was founded in 2004. Over years its collection has grown several-fold. Visitors now have the opportunity to drive a rare car in the museum grounds.

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