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Haynes International Motor Museum

Haynes International Motor Museum 

Near Yeovil
BA22 7LH

The Haynes International Motor Museum was opened in 1985 and is dedicated to restore, retain and preserve motoring and motorcycling items of historical and cultural interest in England but exhibits non-British vehicles on the grounds that the complete history of the automobile and motorcycle can only be covered by looking at developments from all over the world.

As is fit and proper, there are a number of CitroŽns on exhibit.

The museum was founded by John H Haynes, OBE, of Haynes Manuals fame.

Eleven years after my visit in 1999, I revisited the museum and here are some pictures.

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Above - Maserati badge on Merak
Below - Facel Vega
Above - Maserati Merak next to Facel Vega
Below - Facel Vega
Above - rear view of Merak and Facel Vega Above - rear view of Merak and Facel Vega
Above - not to be confused with the CitroŽn C5, the Sinclair C5 Above - front wheel drive contemporary of the Traction, the Cord
Above - Traction Avant 11CV
Below - DS19
Above - DS19
Below - SM
Above - 2CV
Right - British advertising posters for the 2CV

On this occasion, the 5HP Type C did not appear to be on display

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