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London attractions: Ascend to car heaven at the London Motor Museum
Published: Saturday 21st of April 2012
People who love cars or even just transport in general will be in seventh heaven at the London Motor Museum, which features some of the most impressive collection of classic automobiles on the planet.
It is arguably the best place in the UK to see classic American cars, and is also home to plenty of British-made vehicles that make it one of the most popular attractions among car enthusiasts.
The huge showroom features vintage vehicles from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, alongside some of the most famous cars ever produced during the golden age of British and American car manufacturing in the 1960s and 70s.
Visitors can peruse dozens of exclusive models, ranging from the Louis Vuitton Cadillac Deville to the Lincoln Continental Lowrider – none of which are displayed in any other motor museum.
With other classic models from the likes of Aston Martin, Ferrari and Jaguar, a tour around the London Motor Museum is an experience to remember for all car enthusiasts and anyone with a keen interest in transport.
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