National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania information
Revheads get all revved up over the displays here – one of Australia’s slickest presentations of classic and historic cars and motorbikes, all privately owned. The saucy 1969 Corvette Stingray will burn tyre tracks into your retinas.