FROM LIMOUSINE-TRABANT TO FAGERHOLM’S CHRYSLER
One of Finland’s largest private car museums is found in the farmyard of Jakola. The car museum, collected and built by one man, Raimo Oikari, for fun of his retirement days houses about forty maintained vehicles in museum car condition. Most of the vehicles in the collection are of Eastern European origin. Part of the wehicles can be hired with the driver for example for weddings. You can get an unforgettable wedding ride for example in Finland’s only Trabant in limousine model!
The collection of the museum covers among others a 1926 model T-Ford and a 1960 model Chrysler with 7,2 l engine. This vehicle was in the official use of Finland’s former prime minister Fagerholm. The car museum is open all the year round.
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