Vauxhall is opening its heritage collection to the public for the first time, with a display of significant models that opens on 5 September.
Called ‘Vauxhall – Made in Luton’ and hosted at the town’s Stockwood Discovery Centre, the main exhibit will feature 10 important cars from the marque’s 115-year history, bookended by the first produced at the Kimpton Road factory – a 1905 7/9hp – to the last passenger car to roll off the line – a 2002 Vectra.
And there’s more. Complementing this primary display, each month a different ‘hero’ car will fall under the spotlight, kicking off with a 1959 PA Velox – and this will be followed by, among others, a Firenza HPF ‘Droopsnoot’, a Lotus Carlton and an OE-type 30-98, the UK’s first 100mph car.
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