The history of Polish motor vehicles

The department's collection consists of more than 146 objects showing the development of the Polish automotive industry. They include cars and motorcycles and their elements, workshop equipment, accessories and unique parts, as well as steam and combustion stationary engines.

The most valuable objects are:
- a 1935 CWS M111 Sokół 1000 motorcycle
- a 1938 MOJ 130 motorcycle
- a 1936 Polish Fiat 508 III Junak car
- a 1959 MR-300 Mikrus car
- prototype vehicles: Smyk (1957), Beskid (2 pcs from 1983 and 1984), Polonez van (1989), Osa M52a (1964)
- bike engine SM Malcherek (ca. 1930)
- F. Wichterle Steam Engine (1890)