The following photo of the 1886 Benz Motorwagen and the previous photo of the Rolls Royce Phantom were taken at the Blackhawk Car Museum in Danville, California, which has one of the finest collections of antique and notable cars in the world.
1886 Benz Motorwagen
This vehicle might be one of the controversial vehicles which presents arguments that the automobile was not invented by Henry Ford in the USA, but Daimler Benz in Germany.
BTW: One of the founders of the Blackhawk Museum, Ken Behring, died in 2019. Don Williams, the original collector of vintage cars which eventually graced the museum, survives to this day.
For more info, google 'Don Williams Blackhawk Museum'.
I love these Mercedes Benz 500K Roadsters. They are absolutely stunning cars and rank with the 1939 Dusenberg Simone Midnight Ghost for sleek appearance.
1935 Mercedes Benz 500K Roadster
1936 Mercedes Benz 500K Roadster
Again, these photos are from the Blackhawk Museum in Danville, California. That museum should not be confused with the Peterson Car Museum in Santa Monica, California which has another outstanding collection of vintage collector cars.
I have some photos from a visit to San Jose, California's Historical Museum in Kelly Park, when the local Ford enthusiasts were having their convention. These people came to Kelly Park with a wealth of self-restored antique Fords. Many of these people had worked at the local Ford manufacturing facility, before it closed down. Now they make Teslas there.