Dimostra Automuseo Introduces 21st Century Technology to the Classic Car Hobby

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Dimostra Automuseo, a full-service company that digitally archives and curates private car collections, is thrilled to announce the debut of an online collector car gallery. Through stunning photography, and detailed narratives, car enthusiasts gain access to some of the most impressive car collections assembled.

1935 Bugatti

By educating younger generations of the historical significance of these cars, we are ultimately protecting their long term collectability and value.

Dimostra was conceived on the concept that regardless of the size or value of a collection, car enthusiasts are proud of their cars and are willing to share their collection with fellow enthusiasts. “As rare collector cars become more valuable, their presence in public will continue to diminish. Dimostra hopes to bridge this void in the collector car market” says David Nawrocki, president and founder of Dimostra Automuseo.

“We want to feature and celebrate a car’s beauty and history in a contemporary environment online with fellow car enthusiasts."

“We enjoy partnering with collectors to build what turns into an intangible extension of their personal garage, restoration project or complete collection so that, whether it’s for the passion or the practicality of buying and selling cars, the portfolios are preserved and organized intelligently in a way that compliments the integrity of the collector.”

Based in Chicago, Dimostra Automuseo works with its service partners from all over the world to serve domestic and international clients. For the company’s latest news and industry headlines, fans may follow Dimostra Automuseo on Facebook and Twitter. For more information, please visit http://www.dimostra.com.

David Nawrocki

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