Museum of Armoured Vehicles (fr. Musée des Blindés), or Musée Général Estienne is a tank museum located in the Loire Valley of France, in Saumur city. It is now one of the world’s largest tank museums. Started in 1977 with only a few hundred tracked vehicles, today it has become a world-class collection which attracts …More
Bugatti trucks Type 40 (fourgon) from 1929, four cylinders, 1496 cc, 45 HP, 120 km/hMore
Only 58 MKII examples are known. White version in NarbonneMore
The Renault Master fire rescue vehicle car (French VSAV emergency service).
The Renault Master (2003–2007) is a large van produced by the French manufacturer Renault since 1980, now in its third generation. It replaced the earlier Saviem SG3 light trucks.More
The Leclerc tank (French: char Leclerc) is a main battle tank (MBT) built by GIAT, now Nexter of France. It was named in honour of General Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque. The Leclerc is in service with the French Army and the United Arab Emirates Army. In production since 1991, the Leclerc entered French service in 1992, …More
The ZSU-23-4 “Shilka” is a lightly armored Soviet self-propelled, radar guided anti-aircraft weapon system (SPAAG). The ZSU-23-4 was intended for AA defense of military facilities, troops, and mechanized columns on the march.
Saumur museum of armored vehiclesMore
The Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car was a series of armoured vehicles that were produced in South Africa and adopted by the British Army during the Second World War. RAF Armoured Car companies possessed them, but seem never to have used them in action, making greater use of Rolls Royce Armoured Cars and other types. In March …More
Velocar was the name given to velomobiles made in the 1930s and 1940s by Mochet et Cie of Puteaux, France and colloquially to the company’s recumbent bicycles.
Charles Mochet was the inventive maker of lightweight powered cyclecars (Le P’tit Auto) and pedal-powered cars (quadricycles), mainly two-seaters, built on a tubular-steel chassis with bicycle-sized wheels, variable gears, …More
De Dion Bouton Tricycle from 1900, direct transmission, one cylinder, 60 km/hMore
Dallara Stradale. White versionMore