About the Museum
Pembrokeshire Motor Museum was purchased by Mike Richards in April 2000, a well known vintage and veteran car enthusiast. In the museum there are over 40 cars giving a complete history of the motor car, ranging from a 1906 Rover, 6 Horse Power to a modern 1969 Jaguar 'E' type series II, 171 brake horse power. All the cars are in excellent condition and are used by their owners from time to time on car rallies. In addition to the concourse display, there are a few exhibits in the workshop which are being meticulously restored. The vehicles currently being restored are a 1955 Series 1 Land Rover and a 1924 Buick Open Tourer 4 seater found recently on a Pembrokeshire farm. A rare example of an MG L type, 4 seater sports car, the distinctive style of these cars was continued up to the MG TF which were built up to 1955. This car has a 6 cylinder engine, OHC. A 1930 Morris Oxford was purchased in 1994 and completely restored in 1995. There are only 7 known survivors of this model. A very reliable car, it is often seen out on local runs and rallies in Pembrokeshire.
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Get in touch
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Pembrokeshire Motor Museum Office
- Address: Keeston, Haverfordwest, Dyfed, Wales
- Postcode: SA62 6EJ
- Phone: 01437 71 0950
- URL: www.pembsmotormuseum.co.uk
- The museum is Open from 10.00 am to 17.00, six days a week (closed Saturday) from 1 April to 30 September.
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