Museo del Aire
 
Museo del Aire
 
My Popular Classics - Mis Clásicos
Not yet classics...
My 1987 SEAT Marbella L
Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (I)
Steyr-Puch Haflinger and Pinzgauer (II)
Hontanares 2007 (I)

Hontanares 2007 (II)
Hontanares 2008 (I)
Hontanares 2008 (II)
Hontanares 2008 (III)
Hontanares 2008 (IV)
Museo del Aire

   
       
 
These vehicles are part of the permanent collection of the Museo de Aeronáutica y Astronáutica of the Spanish State.

Popularly known as the Museo del Aire, it shows a collection of aeroplanes (more than 130), aeroengines (88), flags, models (118), weapons, uniforms, medals, charts, operation plans, pictures, drawings, personal effects of famous pilots and scientists, as well as books and historic documents and a few vehicles.
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A Jeep Viasa (made in Spain under licence)
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Museo del Aire de Madrid
The museum is in Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.

It is highly recommendable. The museum is amongst the five best of its kind in Europe. If you are in Madrid, don't forget to visit it!

Admission is free!
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A fully-restored Henschel truck. Henshel is currently owned by Canadian Bombardier
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Rodrigo posing in front of a Morris Minor
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A 88-inch Series IIA Land Rover firefighter licence-built by Santana in Spain
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This appeared to be a genuine US-made Jeep Willys
 
This Minor was apparently owned by a very prominent pilot who used it daily.
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Very nice and old Pegaso 4x4 tanker
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And this is a Mercedes van licence built in Spain by a fully-owned MB subsidiary