Currently on view at the Franschhoek Motor Museum is a new display in Hall B consisting of a varied selection of German cars from down the years. Ranging from a tiny Messerschmitt bubble car to the magnificent 1928 Mercedes-Benz Type-S, the display features many favourites including a VW Beetle, Borgward Isabella, DKW/Auto Union and an Opel Olympia (that later named Rekord). In addition, a number of more sporty models from days gone by are on view such as a 1930’s BMW 328, early Porsche 911and a Gullwing Mercedes-Benz together with some more recent saloons and high performance machines featuring such rarities as a Porsche Carrera GT and a Brabus Mercedes-Benz. WH/MM