The BMW 507 Roadster that belonged to Elvis Presley was recently restored by BMW Classic to it original condition. Elvis had it resprayed in red to prevent all the marks left by lipstick of female fans kissing the car.
Germany has many car museums with some of the best collections on display at the factory museums of major manufacturers. Two are in Stuttgart: the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen and the large Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim. The BMW Museum in Munich is adjacent to the Olympiagelände where the ill-fated 1972 Games were staged. The Autostadt in Wolfsburg is a very popular destination but far fewer visitors look in at the nearby Volkswagen Museum covering only the VW brand. Major museums in Germany with significant car collections include the Verkehrsmuseum section of the German Museum in Munich (the first Benz car produced), the German technology museum in Berlin, and the technology museum in Sinsheim. The latter also has many military vehicles as do the Museum of Military History in Dresden and the German Tank Museum in Munster near Hamburg.