One Last Look at the Cars of the War Eagles Air Museum


Before we leap into the Z3 roadster and continue motoring on up the Mesilla Valley, let us take one last look at this remarkable automobile collection . . . at an aviation museum, no less.

Remember that classic wolf-atop-a-castle badge on early Volkswagen Beetles?  That’s the crest for the city of Wolfsburg in Northern Germany — home of the factory in which Beetles were made from 1951 to 1959.  See below for a view of this little piece of nostalgia.

Also spotted below is a beautiful example of an early Morgan sports car, a Packard, the timeless curves of an E-Type Jaguar, a Buick decked out as a staff car for a three-star general, and more great views of that Auburn Speedster (with a really great looking babe behind the wheel in one shot).

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One response to “One Last Look at the Cars of the War Eagles Air Museum

  1. Old vintage cars are always a thing of beauty.