If there is one thing that I can say about this place and that is that it is huge. The number of cars that they have here is staggering, and they have cars from the beginning of motoring until up to around the mid 80s. Sure, a lot of these vehicles are old, but I did find a couple of modern cars in the collection. They have have a couple of sports cars (a ferrari and a lamboghini) at the entrance, though these aren't actually owned by the musuem. Unfortunately you can't actually look inside the cars, or even get inside of them (with the exception of one at the entrance). However each of the cars are individually labelled. They also have a couple of displays, as well as a room full of motorcycles. In a way the museum is actually more for completeness than anything else.
This is a great place to go if you love cars. Cars of all makes models shapes and sizes everywhere, and motor bikes too. The hi-lights for me was the Telecom car, solar car and the Rolls Royce which transported royalty. I would have liked more unique cars like these, but it was a good day out anyway.