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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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

Business Hours

  • 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.

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