Here you can find a bright red 1963 Porsche 356 SC, a 1969 Jaguar E-Type in primrose yellow and countless other dream cars – just sort of all parked around. And what's more: not only can you look at them, you can drive them, too! That's enough to bring a tear to the already gleaming eyes of a true motoring enthusiast. The building behind this 100-year-old facade has already seen a number of uses: the production of agricultural machinery, the printing of German Mark bills, and the storing of German customs uniforms. Now, it's being used to cherish and care for milestones in the history of the automobile—cafeteria included.