A century-old Pilain.
The automotive collection is vast, assembled in secret by the obsessive Schlumpf Brothers after the second World War. It was hidden in a wool spinning mill until later discovered by laid-off workers and unionists during an occupation protest. Long story short: the collection was opened to the public and it has remained in the factory ever since, with the building being renovated and heritage-listed. The focus is the Bugatti collection, 123 of them, including a Bugatti Veyron.
An apprehensive French guy and I also got to experience a car crash roll simulation in a car, perhaps ironically, of the same make and model as the car I drive.