DINITROL products are great for restoring classic cars and preserving our automotive heritage below is a Motor Museum guide of the best 3 located in the UK.
Beaulieu – National Motor Museum
The National Motor Museum is situated in the picturesque Beaulieu Estate within the New Forest National Park. The Palace House was once the gatehouse of the medieval Beaulieu Abbey with the property remaining in the ownership of the Montagu family since 1538.
With over 250 vehicles on display within the motor museum from the earliest motor carriages, classic family saloons and F1 Grand Prix racing cars. The collection also contains vehicles that where specifically designed and built to break the British land speed record. The extensive collection of racing cars also features road cars, sports cars, rally cars and infamous hill-climbing race cars from the golden age of motoring in the UK. Throughout the year the museum hosts many event days with Simply Aston Martin, Simply Porsche, Land Rover Rummage, Hot Rod & Custom Drive Day, Simply Jaguar, Austin Seven Rally, VW T Fest and the Bealieu Supercar weekend.
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British Motor Museum
The centre located in Gaydon, Warwickshire boasts the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars. The current collection of nearly 300 classic cars that are managed by the British Motor Industry Heritage trust document and chart the early beginnings of British Leyland. Whilst also displaying iconic British vehicles from manufacturers like Morgan, Land Rover, Austin, Morris and Jaguar cars. Throughout the year the museum also holds rallies including Jaguar Car Breakfast Clubs, the Transit Van Club Rally, National Mini & Metro Show and the Classic Land Rover show. With the annual Gaydon Festival of Transport being a great family event for all car enthusiasts.
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Haynes International Motor Museum
The museum is a great achievement by John Haynes the owner of the successful Haynes publishing group with their iconic car maintenance manuals. The motor museum was opened in 1985 by Richard Noble OBE the land-speed record holder and the collection has grown from 29 cars to around 400 in 30 years and has now gained independent charitable trust status. The collection contains some great examples of supercars including an early 1930 Bentley, 1996 Ford GT40 and 1995 Jaguar XJ220. You can also see a great British iconic achievement of automotive engineering with the 1973 E-Type Jaguar on display. The Hall of Motorsport opened by the automotive British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss in 1997 contains fine examples from Jaguar, TVR, Ferrari and Lotus with a fine 1998 Jaguar D-Type Longnose (replica) on display. You can also view a 456 GTA, 250 GT and 360 Spider from one of the worlds most celebrated iconic supercar manufacturers Ferrari with their glorious racing history.
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