The British Motor Museum’s autumn program of events has been released, and one is promising a themed day to help out classic car newcomers.
The Gaydon-based museum will assist new people break into the classic scene with a day specifically aimed at classic ‘virgins’. Taking place on 1 October, the event will cost £90 and is designed to encourage and assist potential British classic car owners. It will offer practical advice for anyone considering buying, running or enjoying an older vehicle. It includes a hands-on workshop session offering basic maintenance tips. Tickets start from £90.
Emma Rawlinson, family and lifelong learning officer at the British Motor Museum says: ‘Our Classic Virgins Experience Day aims to encourage and give help and guidance to those interested in owning a classic car with advice about how to look after your it with helpful maintenance tips.’