Vauxhall Motors will open its Luton-based Heritage Centre to the public for its annual open day on 11 June.
The open day presents a rare opportunity to take a behind the scenes look at the firm’s heritage fleet, which spans each decade since Vauxhall first started producing cars in 1903.
This year’s event will mark the 60th anniversary of the Vauxhall Victor, and to help celebrate the firm will have on show a 1961 F-Type Victor, as well as an FB Estate, FC Estate, FC Saloon, and the youngest Victor in the collection, a 1975 FE.
Entry is free, as is a shuttle bus which will run to the nearby Stockwood Park Festival ofTransport so that visitors can enjoy both events. The Heritage Centre will open its doors from 10am-4pm and refreshments will be available throughout the day.
The Heritage Centre is situated behind Vauxhall’s Head Office on Park Street, Luton, LU13HG.