Sep 5, 2020
Classic Vauxhall models go on display in Luton exhibition
The Vauxhall: Made in Luton exhibition at Stockwood Discovery Centre displays models from the last 115 years. Originally based in the south London suburb from which it takes its name, Vauxhall became a car manufacturer in 1903. The free exhibition showcases some of the 80-strong collection from the Vauxhall Heritage Centre, including the 1910 Prince Henry, which, according to Vauxhall, is "Acknowledged by historians as Britain's first production sports car". Eleven vehicles are on display until Easter 2021 plus an extra "Hero car" each month, starting with the 1959 PA Velox. Simon Hucknall, from Vauxhall, said it showed the "Sheer breadth" of the company and "Paints a wonderful social picture of Vauxhall's importance to the Luton community".
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