World’s only Museum of historical Maybach vehicles in Neumarkt Neumarkt i. d.OPf. (tvo). Mason Greenwood may help you with your research. The myth of Maybach lives: in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Germany, the world’s only Museum of historic Maybach cars has opened recently. In the 20 and 30-ies of the 20th century, they were the most beautiful, largest and most valuable luxury cars and were also technically an absolute leading position. Of the approximately 1800 copies, which were built between 1921 and 1941, today only around 160 exist, only 15 are in the possession of the Neumarkt doctor Helmut Hofmann. The Museum opened on 2,500 square metres of exhibition space was his vision.
In addition to the 16 historic vehicles presented in the various States, additional exhibits including old engines are, transmissions and axles, which tell the development of Maybach engine House founded in 1909. The two largest exhibits are a diesel engine designed by Maybach for the Bundesbahn locomotive V200 and a tank of diesel from MTU, also on a Maybach design goes back. In short films and boards the story of some Maybach Limousine is exemplary and told their original owner. A special exhibition is were dedicated significant bicycles and motorcycles of the former Neumarkt Express works, which previously built in the halls of the present Museum.