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Vauxhall opens doors to heritage

Published 04 August 2014

Vauxhall will be showcasing its private collection of historic cars to the public for one day only on Sunday, 24 August.

Based at the Heritage Centre in Park Street, Luton, visitors will be able to view the company’s collection for free, including more than 50 veteran, vintage and post-war Vauxhalls from 1903 to modern times, as well as a number of unique concept cars.

This year, the Vauxhall Heritage Centre’s Open Day will highlight a multitude of milestones from the collection. The D-Type staff car, a true icon of the First World War, celebrates its centenary in 2014, while the Firenza ‘Droop Snoot’ marks 40 years since start of production, and the Calibra and Lotus Carlton each hit the quarter century.

The open day will run from 10am to 4pm with food and refreshments on sale, as well as entertainment including pedal cars and face painting for children. 

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