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HOODS UP! flashback video: Nelson Classic Car Museum

?HOODS UP! flashback video
Exactly 2 weeks ago Nelson Classic Car Museum organized this amazing event.
?Have a great weekend

On this day in 1966 the Nelson motor assembly plant officially opened and became locally known as the Honda Factory over its 33 years of operation.
The Nelson assembly plant produced 160,406 vehicles including Triumph, Leyland, Rovers, Jaguars, Daimlers, Austins, Bristols, Land Rovers and Hondas.
August 21st 2023 (this year ?) will mark 25 years since the assembly plant which cultivated a large and loving car community here in Nelson closed its doors permanently.
Our museum is not only built on the site of the assembly plant, we also have a set dedicated to the legacy the plant created and the cars that were built onsite.
Do you have a Honda factory story you can share with us? Do you have a car was produced at the Honda factory? Please share in the comments below ??

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