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100 years of car making at Oxford

March marks 100 years of car production in Oxford, the current home of MINI. The first car produced at the Oxford plant was a Morris Oxford, which rolled off the line on 28 March 1913 – click through the gallery below to discover more about the Plant Oxfords century of history.


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Unfortunately not all of the products rolled off the line at Plant Oxford were well received – some much-maligned models were produced there too, including the Leyland Princess, affectionately called the 'wedge', the Morris Marina and the Austin Maestro, which had a 'talking dashboard.' 


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