A red brick warehouse in Osaka that is nearly a century old has become a mecca for enthusiasts of vintage and classic cars in Japan, enabling visitors to get up close to pieces of motoring history.

Glion Museum in the port of Osaka displays more than 100 heritage vehicles ranging from the Rolls-Royce Phantom II, the British carmaker’s 40/50 horsepower model released in 1929, to late-20th century supercars, all iconic in their own way.

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