Viewers of the BBC2 series Great British Railway Journeys will have seen the National Motor Museum featured in the seventh series of this popular programme.
While the workshop engineers plan to build a new gearbox for the 1920 Sunbeam 350hp, the 1909 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost receives a repaint.
Three of the National Motor Museum's veteran cars were put through their paces on the 2015 Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
One of the smallest and most unusual production cars of the twentieth century is represented in the National Motor Museum collection. Designed as an economical urban runabout, the Peel P50 takes minimalist motoring to an entirely new level.
The 1909 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost played an important part in the send-off of Edward, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu.
A number of the vehicles from the National Motor Museum can be seen out and about at classic motoring events during the show season.
Starting the engine of a restored vehicle is a significant moment - whether it's a humble hot hatch or a land-speed-record breaker.
With the international show season in full swing, the engineers in the museum workshop are kept busy preparing a number of exhibits for summer outings.
Beaulieu's Veteran Bus gets a lick of paint, the Blower Bentley stars in a photo shoot and work progresses on the 1936 Brough Superior Special.
The Lotus 49 is taken for a test run and the Volkswagen Golf GTi project slowly nears completion.
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