A Saudi car enthusiast has strengthened his love for old cars and his love for the hobby of owning them, by establishing a private museum consisting of two floors in his home.
He collected more than 36 classic cars from around the world, planning to feature them in the museum in addition to a special workshop.
Dr. Nasser Al-Masari, was a specialist in curricula and teaching methods, and after retiring from King Saud University, was keen to develop his passion and love for classic cars.
Despite the difference in his field of work far from the world of cars, he stuck to his old love for rare cars more than 40 years ago.
The first car that was acquired was in 1948, during his scholarship in the United States of America, and it was a Cadillac model 1946.
His classic cars journey
Dr. Nasser, who attended a car race in Lawrence, Italy, when he was a trainee to study, kept in his memory those enthusiastic moments he lived, while watching the car race, and admired the aesthetics of old cars compared to modern one.
More than 36 classic cars
In an interview with Al-Arabiya.net, Al-Masari stated that the total number of cars he has is 36, in addition to 5 cars coming in shipment, and most of the cars are old from 1929 to 1979 from American cars, and 3 European ones such as Buick, Cadillac and Chrysler.
Al-Masari looks forward to collecting more than 50 old cars in order to be able to open an entire car museum, after all the procedures are completed, indicating that the prices of these cars vary, and some of them range in price from 100,000 to millions of riyals, as these cars are sold in private auctions.