10 Things Not To Miss in the Museum this Summer
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Remembering ISTEL
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Health in the Museum
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Collections Roundup - June 2024
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2w ago
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Don't Just Sit There - Volunteer!
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Museum Roundup - Spring 2024
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Volunteering at the British Motor Museum
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by British Motor Museum
8M ago
I signed up to be a Volunteer after my first visit to the Museum in February this year. I was stunned at the amount and variety of vehicles on display and the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff (both paid and volunteers). Having had a lifelong passion for classic cars, I immediately wanted to be part of the Museum. The idea of being around well-aged classics appealed to me, each with a story to tell and a fascinating history – and that’s just the volunteers ..read more
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Ford Escort RS1600 Restoration
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by British Motor Museum
9M ago
Our Ford Escort RS1600 project reached an important milestone this summer. The bodyshell of the unrestored 1972 RS1600 that was donated in 2019 is now back in our Workshop after being stripped, chemically dipped and resprayed, ready to begin a long-term project to piece it back together to its original specification ..read more
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30th Anniversary Celebration Roundup
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10M ago
On 14 August, the Museum’s long-awaited 30th Anniversary Celebration began. We had a full roster of activities and events running throughout the week for everyone to enjoy, no matter who you were or what you liked. It was great to see so many people coming to the Museum and getting stuck into everything we had to offer ..read more
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The Legend of Zanda
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by British Motor Museum
1y ago
I’ve walked past the diminutive Zanda concept model thousands of times during my time at the Museum. It was one of stylist Harris Mann's first wedge shaped designs and it signified, to borrow from another British Leyland advert, the shape of things to come. Zanda was revolutionary at its 1969 reveal, intended to show that the newly formed Austin-Morris design studio was up there with the world’s best ..read more
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