I'm a product of 1990's F1 fandom.
Born in 1990, I remember getting a model of Mansell's FW14B that I treasured more than anything as a very, very young child.
I have vague memories of watching the later rounds of 1993 but my first full season was 1994. Morbid curiosity and the fact it was my first season means that remains my favourite one.
The cars of the 1990's are to me, the definition of F1. If you were to ask me to draw a stereotypical car, it'd be 1990's shaped with some form of cigarette or alcohol livery. They always looked amazing, even the 1995 McLaren...honest...
Anyway, I know McLaren keep a huge selection of their old cars in storage. I know Williams have their museum and also a heritage department dedicated to getting their older cars running and maintaining them. Ferrari have the F1 Clienti program too. Honda have their collection hall with several McLaren and Williams cars.
I know there are museums like the Donington collection and the one at Mondello Park too that have a wide range of cars from that era.
BOSS series has a couple of cars too, usually Benettons like the B197 or a Jordan or two.
I was just wondering if people knew where each chassis' was for each year during the decade?
For instance, I know one of Schumacher's 1994 B194 was for sale (famously the ad included traction control) and that it was one of 8 chassis that year.
Surely they all still exist? Even the smaller teams created a few chassis a year?
I don't know of all the ones stored in museums though I have seen photos of a few Larrousse and other French cars in a museum in France and I think the Barber Motorsports Park in America has a museum with a couple of Lotus (including a 109) but where are the rest?
I'd love to get a list of each car for each year sorted. Is there anyone on here with knowledge of where a specific car might be?