The collection of the Museum of Motorisation comprises nearly 200 exhibits displayed in two farm buildings. For the convenience of visitors, the exhibition has been divided according to the countries represented by the cars. The largest collection consists of domestic vehicles (western granary), starting from Fiat 508 from 1933, which was produced in Poland, through Fiats assembled in the FSO (Passenger Car Factory) and FSM (Low-powered Car Factory) under an Italian licence, through the Mikrus, now rare, and other popular models from the period 1960s-1980s, to already forgotten daily drivers: Nysa, Żuk, Tarpan. The extensive collection is made up of domestically produced single-track vehicles – 47 exhibits with a full range of mopeds, scooters and motorcycles. In addition to the variety of the Sokół (125, 600 and 1000), the collection’s gem is a pre-war WUL-GUM, a light motorbike manufactured before the war in Poznań but assembled from components imported mainly from Germany. Formally, however, it was registered as a Polish product. There are only a few examples of this make preserved in Poland to this day.