*268 archival photographs (several dozens never published before).
*17 videos shot for the guide with constructors (of the presented vehicles), race drivers (driving historical cars and motorcycles), scientists, drivers, hobbyists.
*7 videos with renowned actors, singers, and satirists shot for the guide (Bronisław Cieślak reminisces about his Polones, which he called Borewicz after a TV series character).
*15 fragments from historic Polish Film Chronicles (some available in the Internet for the first time).
*11 fragments of cult movies featuring the vehicles shown (Miś – Teddy Bear, Nie lubię poniedziałku – I don’t like Mondays, Brunet wieczorową porą, To ja złodziej).
*Motor sounds from historic motorcycles and cars, sounds made by a moving tram.
*27 virtual panoramas (all vehicles and the museum’s main hall).
*26 3D scans (all cars).
*A song by Grzegorz Halama about the Junak and our museum.
*Texts about the history of our motorcycles, passenger cars, trams, busses, and prototypes.
*Technical data, recollections from people related to the presented vehicles.
*Ticket prices for the museum, opening hours, contact information.
The vehicles shown in the multimedia guide include the: Alba motorcycle (1919), Stoewer V5 car (1932), Sokół 1000 motorcycle (1938), Fiat 508 Junak (1930s), N tram (1951), Mikrus microcar (1958), Smyk microcar prototype (1959), Syrena (1960), Warszawa (1963), Junak M10 motorcycle (1963), Iskra motorcycle prototype (1964), B-23 baggage tricycle (1960s), Osa scooter (1963), San H100 bus (1968), 102Na tram (1971), 105N tram (1977), Fiat 126p (1977), light off-road vehicle prototype based on the Fiat 126p (1978), WSK motorcycle (1978), Jelcz Cucumber bus (1978), Wszędołaz tracked vehicle prototype based on the Fiat 126p (1980), Fiat 125p (1981), Polonez (1983), Romet Ogar 200 moped (1985), Beskid car prototype (1985), Formula Ester racecar (1986).
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