- The Magnificent Outside of the Tiriac Collection...

The Tiriac Collection is Every Car-Lover's Dream: Here's Why...

Here is a round-up of my amazing experience:

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When you think of countries that are home to some of the most iconic car-based places, I'm sure that the Nürburgring in Germany, Le Mans in France and the National Motor Museum of England come to mind. However, Romania may not. Housing Dacia and former car company 'Aro', Romania also holds the Tiriac Collection! Located on the outskirts of Bucharest, the collection is owned by tennis player Ion Tiriac and consists of over 200 cars! From American classics to state of the art Italian supercars, I had to pay a visit during my 2 month stay in Romania which, sadly, is coming to an end in the next week. So, with that said, here are some of the best cars I snapped on my insane visit...

With only 991 being made, the Porsche 911 R was one of the rarest cars on show...

With only 991 being made, the Porsche 911 R was one of the rarest cars on show...

Now THIS is one expensive photo! From left to right, the Ferrari 812 Berlinetta, the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the iconic La Ferrari!

Now THIS is one expensive photo! From left to right, the Ferrari 812 Berlinetta, the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the iconic La Ferrari!

The collection even hold the legendary Ferrari Dino 246 GT...

The collection even hold the legendary Ferrari Dino 246 GT...

As well as the photos posted above, the Tiriac Collection is made up some more insane cars, such as, the Ford GT, Porsche 918 Spyder, Ford Thunderbird, Cadillac Eldorado, Mercedes-AMG G63, Porsche 959 and a unique collection of Rolls-Royce Phantom's.

I had a great experience at the Tiriac Collection and I would definitely recommend that you visit the place at some point during your life-time. I will also be posting a virtual tour of the collection on my YouTube channel in the next week @Ponchoplayer202. I also have some more pictures from the collection that I can post in the comment section upon request. Thank you for reading!

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