Vauxhall’s private collection of historic cars from 1903 until the present time will once again be unveiled to the public at the Heritage Centre on June 10. The annual open day of the Heritage Centre will run simultaneously with the Luton Festival of Transport. For the convenience of fans, a Routemaster bus will be available for free for the entire day between the Heritage Centre and the Luton Festival of Transport at Stockwood park.
Visitors can look at a collection of more than 50 cars, ranging from pre-war, post-war, cars from the 60s, 70s and 80s, and several very rare concept cars. There will be sufficient parking for all visitors who could come in free of charge.
The vehicles that will be displayed include the first 1903 Vauxhall to several of the more popular classic cars like the Firenza HP ‘Droop Snoot’, Chevette HS, Astra Mk1 GTE and the famous Lotus Carlton.
Vauxhall’s two full-time restorers are keeping all the cars in the collection roadworthy and in perfect condition. The Royale and the Astra GSI, Mk4, which will debut this year, will also be part of the collection.
Those who want to see this amazing collection for themselves can go to the venue located along Park Street in Luton, postcode for sat navs – LU1 3HG. So to have a day that the entire family will enjoy, visit the center from 10:00am to 4:00pm on June 10.