About the Museum
The World of Country Life have a wide variety of vintage cars, some of them are: Austin 7 Tourer, Austin Milkfloat, Austin Seedsman, Humber, Daimler, Oldsmobile, Ford Model T, Peugot, Renault, Morris Cawley (Flatnose), Sunbeam, Swift, Beam, Morris (Bullnose), Crossley, Austin 7, Austin 10, Trabant, Land Rover Series 1 1956. Brimming with over 40 vehicles on display, it's the best classic car collection permanently open to the public in Devon. If you're very lucky, you might catch a glimpse of World War II veteran Reg Imray, a true petrol head through and through. Born on 8th April 1922, he's owned 168 vehicles since 1941. A former Silverstone car racer and speedway rider, Reg has travelled the world and won over 200 trophies for his classic car and motorbike collection - most of which you'll get to see at The World Of Country Life. The museum also houses: Model T Ford - Mass produced between 1908 and 1927, we've got a genuine Model T Ford in black. Meschersmitt KR200 - Compact and micro cars aren't new. We proudly exhibit a Meschersmitt KR200, a classic bubble car model which was manufactured in the 50's and early 60's. Child Size Aston Martin - Princes William and Harry had one - the museum has one too. This child size Aston Martin cost £10,000 brand new.
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Get in touch
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World of Country Life Office
- Address: World of Country Life Sandy Bay, Littleham Exmouth, Devon
- Postcode: EX8 5BU
- Phone: 01395 274533
- URL: www.worldofcountrylife.co.uk
- The park is now open at 10am every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Friday 15th March 2013 when we will be open daily until Sunday 3rd November 2013.
World of Country Life
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April's Historic West Country
Somerset Civil War April 1645, The Royalist capture Taunton Town but are unable to capture the Castle. Earlier in 1634 Somerset had resisted Ship money to King Charles I.Archive WWW.WESTCOUNTRYAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK