I took a trolleybus out to the delightful Riga Motor Museum. This hosts a fine collection of historic vehicles, but most famous is their exhibit of classic Kremlin cars, acquired back when Latvia was still an SSR.
Their finest piece is probably the preserved wreckage of Leonid Brezhnev’s beloved Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. (Apparently there was a sad lack of Rolls Royce repair shops in Soviet Moscow.) Brezhnev had a passion for high end cars, typically gifts from foreign governments, and for driving them at speed. In 1980 he disastrously pranged the Rolls Royce. The exhibit has a touching reconstruction, including an authentically equipped Soviet motorcycle cop and an authentically wooden-looking Brezhnev.
But my own favourite is Stalin’s pristine 1950 armoured ZiS-115S. Complete with an inscrutable back seat passenger.