Beaulieu museum can help to repair your bus!

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After maintaining the National Motor Museum’s unique collection of vehicles – including buses – for nearly 50 years, the museum’s workshops are now able to offer their services to private owners.

Manager and Chief Engineer Doug Hill said: “We are proud to be offering our skills to owners of older motor vehicles. Between us, we have built up a collective experience of more than 100 years, working on some of the finest motor vehicles in the world. Now we are delighted to be helping other enthusiasts to look after their own vehicles and preserve their historic importance.”


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While the ongoing maintenance of the museum collection of over 280 vehicles is a ‘labour of love,’ the workshop team is now also welcoming new engineering challenges.

Enquiries from historic coach and bus owners are welcome – the museum has been operating a London B-Type bus replica since 1973, which is based on a Ford D-series chassis. The workshop team can be contacted by emailing [email protected] to discuss specific requirements.

Beaulieu Motor Museum has been operating this replica B-Type since 1973 and has extensive workshops to look after its own collection of vehicles. It is now offering its workshop services to classic vehicle owners. NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM