JP Kraemer’s PACE car museum in Dortmund has been basically finished for more than a year – only he wasn’t allowed to open it. This is about to change soon.
Dortmund – For tuner Jean Piere “JP” Kraemer (41) it was the really big project in 2020: the completion of his own car museum in Dortmund called PACE – the abbreviation stands for “Performance and Car Education”. Shortly before Christmas he presented the building to his fans on YouTube. But it has not opened until today. While it initially looked as if this was solely due to the Corona regulations, it soon turned out that official requirements were apparently not being met. But now there is finally light at the end of the tunnel – in a Twitch live stream, JP Kraemer recently mentioned a possible opening date.
JP Kraemer was already on the verge of scrapping the major museum project, as reported by 24auto.de.
Now the museum odyssey actually seems to be coming to an end: on the opening date, the tuner is already quite specific in a twitch stream: “At the moment I think it will be April.” He is already looking forward to the visitors. “We are all very nervous! We all can’t believe it,” says JP Kraemer. “I invested so much money, built the thing and thought it through to the end – and then it just fell asleep, because of these individual topics.” *24auto.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.