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The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Madison Georgia, USA is the largest collection of Microcars in the World. The Museum is dedicated to the Preservation, Interpretation, Exhibition and History of Microcars. The Museum Collection is primarily focused on Microcars in the late 1940's- pre-1964 range with Engine sizes of 700cc or less (many are 250cc and 50cc) and 2 doors or less. You may view the collection at
Dubble Bubble Acres which is located 50 miles east of Atlanta in Morgan County.
Madison, Georgia, population 5000, is annually host to more than 35,000 visitors who come to see the town's beautiful antebellum and Victorian homes as well as its lovely historic downtown commercial district. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Madison is steeped in history and beauty.
Photo Credit must read © WWW.OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM or a 50 Euro fee is charged

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20110526_madison_georgia_0180-Edit

20110526_madison_georgia_0180-Edit

The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Madison Georgia, USA is the largest collection of Microcars in the World. The Museum is dedicated to the Preservation, Interpretation, Exhibition and History of Microcars. The Museum Collection is primarily focused on Microcars in the late 1940's- pre-1964 range with Engine sizes of 700cc or less (many are 250cc and 50cc) and 2 doors or less. You may view the collection at
Dubble Bubble Acres which is located 50 miles east of Atlanta in Morgan County.
Madison, Georgia, population 5000, is annually host to more than 35,000 visitors who come to see the town's beautiful antebellum and Victorian homes as well as its lovely historic downtown commercial district. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Madison is steeped in history and beauty.
Photo Credit must read © WWW.OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM or a 50 Euro fee is charged