With TV presenter Fuzz Townshend and the UK’s oldest Fiat joining the National Motor Museum team for the Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, the build-up to the highly anticipated event has seen plenty of activity in the museum workshop.
The workshop engineers have put a historic steam-powered fire engine through its paces, while incredible machines have joined summer motoring parades.
The workshop engineers have been busy getting cars and motorcycles ready for the show season ahead, and preparing a special selection of exhibits for events closer to home.
The start of summer is already proving to be a busy one in the National Motor Museum, with the creation of a new exhibition in the museum, exciting additions to the collection and the return of old treasures from storage.
There has been plenty of activity in the National Motor Museum's vehicle collection this winter, from a Monorail overhaul to the start-up of a Land Speed Record breaker
It’s all go in the workshop of the National Motor Museum, with new projects and old favourites ensuring that the engineers are kept constantly busy.
This month, Beaulieu take part in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run and the much-loved Monorail undergoes its annual service.
This month, a life-saving new exhibit joins the National Motor Museum collection, while a Spanish veteran car is revitalised.
A stunning reconstruction of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is making its debut at Beaulieu, being driven around the grounds during the summer.
This month, a two-wheeled treasure is prepared to take to the track, and an old favourite receives an engine rebuild.
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