the Lamborghini Countach, Ferrari F40 and Bugatti Veyron are all so rare in our latitudes, to many enthusiasts, with high probability, would turn the neck of the led, if only one of them came rolling past.
On the island of Fyn, however, there is a collection, which houses all three models and many more in the same lines: Strøjer Collection. The majority of the cars have so far been owned by the bilsamler and fifth generation in the Strøjer Tegl, Jørgen Strøjer Hansen, but not anymore.
Jørgen Strøjer Hansen is in full swing to let the sixth generation of the family take over the big teglvirksomhed, and in this context he has now also handed over many of the cars to his two sons, aged 33 and 35 years old.
It writes the New York times.
According to the media contains the collection of over 100 cars, in addition to the three mentioned models also count older dream cars such as the Bugatti T46 and Aston Martin DB2.
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And they are not just a part of a private bilsamling. The collection has over the past 30 years been open to the public through tours and events, and has plans to continue, writes the New York times.
With the transfer Jørgen Strøjer Hansen, however – at least on paper – said goodbye to most of the cars, as he now only owns 10 percent of the collection.
- A big part of the cars has so far been my private. It is a bit atypical, that I have owned all the cars, so now we've got a little more structure, " says Jørgen Strøjer Hansen for the New York times.
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