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Vauxhall opens heritage centre to public

Vauxhall opens heritage centre to public

Motoring enthusiasts will be given a unique glimpse of the history of Vauxhall, when the manufacturer opens its Heritage Centre to the pubic later this year.

With a collection of motors spanning back to 1903, the centre boasts a best of British line-up including the very first Vauxhall and the Firenza HP Droop Snoot.

A free bus will be provided for interested parties and will shuttle visitors from the Luton Festival of Transport at Stockwood Park.

"Visitors will be able to view the company's collection of more than 50 cars, ranging from pre-war, post-war, cars from the 60s, 70s and 80s and a selection of very rare concept cars," the carmaker explained.

"All cars in the collection [have been] kept roadworthy and in pristine condition by Vauxhall’s two full-time restorers."

This year's event will also include a debut for two recent additions to the collection – the Royale and the Astra GSI, Mk4.

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