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Motor Museums visit led by Bruce Tindell

On 27th April seven members ventured north by car to look at cars! In the morning was a tour of the British Motor Museum, a collection over 400 strong that stems from the British Leyland Heritage collection but now takes in most British marques. The afternoon was spent next door at the Jaguar Collections Centre. We had a volunteer guide for both visits and their knowledge and enthusiasm certainly enhanced the day. The car is a Swallow bodied Austin 7 from 1931, Swallow went on to become Jaguar. I would have taken it home but my pockets were not big enough! The tracked Land Rover would be good for driving over illegally park cars in the forest.

John Gribble

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