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The London Motor Museum houses a unique collection of more than 160 classic and famous European as well as American cars.
The London Motor Museum houses a unique collection of more than 160 classic and famous European as well as American cars. It is a popular place for car lover, who come here to see rare models from the 1960s and '70s on display.
3 Nestle's Avenue, Hayes, United Kingdom
+44 800 195 07
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