Konya businessman Muammer Deveci has acquired over the years a collection of 13 classic cars with his passion that started from a very young age.
Deveci’s collection, which meticulously preserves his cars in his hangar, which has been converted into a garage by the work center, consists of special series produced in limited numbers during his time. Deveci’s collection, which includes rare models like Cadillac Eldorado Sevilla, Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe, Chrysler Newport Custom, Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Regency, is invaluable. Deveci, very interested in the maintenance and cleaning of his cars, which he is passionate about, sometimes gets into one of the vehicles he chooses and walks the streets of the city.
“I AM INCREDIBLE FOR THE DIFFICULTY AND MANEUVER OF THEIR PRODUCTION”
Deveci said all the cars, the oldest of which are 1956 models, are original, low-mileage, unrestored, 8-cylinder, automatic transmission, air conditioning and power steering.
Claiming that all cars work as they did on the first day they were manufactured, Deveci stated that all their components and features are in perfect working order.
Deveci explained that sometimes he gets lost looking at a car with his admiration: “I admire the work. They were influenced by nature, space, planes, birds and fish. There are cars with very interesting concepts. For example, the Cadillac Eldorado Sevilla looks like a shark, and the Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe looks like a swallow. “
Emphasizing that he has a very special interest and love for his cars, Deveci said: “They are like my children. I live with them. I look at them, I love them, I take care of them, I light them and I hear their voice. I feel great pleasure. driving.They all have a very different design and artistic value.He has a special style and identity.When you see someone from afar, you can easily say, “This series of this model.” He said.
Deveci drew attention to the fact that classic cars are produced with the calculation of eternal life and said: “The interior of classic cars is very spacious and comfortable. It is oriented to comfort. Of course, then not “There’s a lot of fuel. When you get in these cars, you feel comfortable at home. You feel their softness and warmth. It’s like. You’re talking to the car and it’s talking to you.”