Entries by Creativedays2

Special exhibition: The history of Austro Daimler from 1899 to 1935

New exhibition hall and exhibits that have never before been shown in the fahr(T)raum Ferdinand Porsche Worlds of Experience! During the coronavirus-induced break, the fahr(T)raum team has been busy planning a large special exhibition on the history of the Austro Daimler automotive brand during the time of Ferdinand Porsche. The exhibition presents the diversity of […]

Legendary Porsche model cars for collectors in 1:18, 1:43, and 1:87 scale

You can experience automobile history first hand at the fahr(T)raum Ferdinand Porsche Worlds of Experience in Mattsee. From the Lohner Porsche and the Austro-Daimler Prince Heinrich car to the world-famous Sascha racing car, here one can be astounded by countless legendary cars and inventions by Ferdinand Porsche. Scale model cars for collector Many of the […]

“King of the Mountains” Hans Stuck and his Austro Daimler racing cars

The ADM-R racing car and the ADM-R “Torpedo” (1929) now in fahr(T)raum Anyone scrutinising the history of European automobile racing sport in the last century will have encountered his name: Hans Stuck (1900-1978). The Bavarian started his career rather modestly as a milk delivery man where, as legend would have it, his driving style turned […]

Original 1949 Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH (Gmünd) water turbine now in fahr(T)raum

In the years between 1944 and 1950, the Porsche works in Gmünd/Carinthia, which operated under the name Porsche-Konstruktionen-Ges.m.b.H., produced not only the Porsche 356 No. 1 Roadster but also designs for racing cars, tractors, cable winches, ski lifts and crossflow turbines. The Type 291 crossflow turbine – on loan from the Porsche Automuseum in Gmünd […]

Automobile advertising of the 20s and 30s

How were cars advertised in the 20s and 30s? How was society made aware of new achievements in the automotive industry and the brands behind them and persuaded to buy motor vehicles? In the Ferdinand Porsche Worlds of Experience, a special exhibition answers these questions and provides insights into the first advertising subjects, their creators […]

The first motor vehicle registration plates – A history of Austrian licence plates

Even when hackney carriages were still the only means of inner-city transport, an ordinance from 1756 stipulated number plates for these horse teams – for a better situational overview. The so-called “unnumbered” were an exception. In Vienna, it was considered particularly genteel to drive such an unnumbered carriage. “identification mark” / licence plate for automobiles […]