About Sights – Tbilisi Auto Museum

The Tbilisi Auto Museum was founded by private collector and businessman Giorgi Mamulashvili and features a collection of superbly restored classic cars, including Soviet-era cars such as “Zil-115”, “Gaz-014”, “Gaz-22”, “Gaz-12”, “Zhiguli-01”, “Zhiguli-03” and “Zaz-965” .

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

The “Zil-115” is a unique armored car that was used to transport members of the Politburo. This earned it the nickname of “member-carrier”. Only 106 cars of this model were made in the Soviet Union and the one in the museum is numbered 102.

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani.

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani.

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo by Gigi Avaliani

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall

The museum is located at Auto Museum Street, Isani-Samgori district in Tbilisi.

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

 

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

Tbilisi Auto Museum. Photo courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

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