The contents of a legendary classic car graveyard in the Swiss village of Kaufdorf were auctioned on 19 September 2009.
Nearly 800 classic cars from the 1930s to the 1980s were sold to the highest bidder.
The car cemetery in the Swiss village of Kaufdorf is probably the last rusting place for old cars you will ever see. It contains the oxidised remains of 780 classic cars, some of which are really special.
Peter Monteverdi was an accomplished racing driver when in 1959 he decided to construct his own racing car. He later switched to manufacturing sports cars. The beautiful models shown here were built from the late '60s to the late 1970s.
Not strictly speaking a motor museum, but as the name suggests, a 'galerie' of classic motor cars. The exhibits are for sale and there are usually around 100 cars in stock. Auctions are held regularly.
The address is: Oldtimer Galerie Toffen, Gurbelstrasse 1, CH-3125 Toffen.
Web site: www.oldtimergalerie.ch