Pakistan’s First Online Antique Cars Museum Launched

Up to 100 unique and rare vintage and classic cars featured

Pakistan’s first online antique cars museum has been launched at an exclusive private event at the Quaid e Azam House Museum in Karachi, former home of Pakistan’s founder, M. A. Jinnah. Among a spectacular display of classic cars, Shoaib Qureshy, founder of the virtual museum, Antique Cars Pakistan, explained that it was “Pakistan’s first online museum intended to showcase the very best antique cars in the country”. 

Qureshy, a marketing and advertising entrepreneur, is himself a classic car enthusiast and collector: “my objective was to showcase on a single platform the great historic and priceless antique cars here so that the world can see that we have no lesser antique cars than what may exist in any other part of the world,” he said. “I also wanted to show the world how our passionate car collectors take care of these cars despite all the challenges we face here.”

At launch 80 cars are featured in the online museum with the oldest being a 100-year-old 1922 Amilcar C4 from Islamabad and the youngest a 35-year-old 1987 BMW. Other cars include the 1924 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost used by Jinnah during the founding of Pakistan, a 1955 Cadillac Series 62 used by his sister Fatima Jinnah, plus a 1930 Cadillac V16, 1926 Renault, 1930 Packard, 1935 Chevrolet Master, 1949 Lincoln Continental V12, 1954 Austin Healey, 1958 Corvette, 1963 Porsche 356 and a 1966 Aston Martin DB6. Check them out at

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