"This museum is a privately run place but does get support from Magna Steyr (formerly Steyr Puch). Steyr Puch became famous with the Haflinger and Pinzgauer Offroad models as well as for the Mercedes G models. They also have a great reputation for developing AWD systems for various car manufacturers as well as contract car manufacturing."
Thanks for sharing these photos!
"Opel Omega Wagon: the Cadillac Catera was based on the Omaga, would make for a cool Catera wagon! This particular car was used as a prototype to develop the AWD system for the smaller Opel Vectra. The sign said they stuffed a small block V8 from a Camaro into it and it would do just over 300 km/h"
"Pontiac Aztek: didn’t realize there was an AWD version!"
"VW Gold Country: built for two years only (’90 – ’91), basically a lifted Golf AWD with some cow catchers … this one was way ahead of its time."
"Chrysler 300 Hemi AWD Wagon: not available in the US, where the wagon version was the Dodge Magnum. The AWD system was shared with the Mercedes E class."
"Alfa Romeo 164 4Q AWD: Steyr developed and produced the AWD system for the 164."
"Lincoln Blackwood: a rare sight in the US, who would have thought to see one in Austria?"
"Peugeot RCZ: developed and built by Steyr."
Aston Martin Rapide body.
Mercedes SLS body.
I had no idea they made Chrysler-Jeeps in Austria. That might explain all those Chrysler products in that one Bourne Identity movie.