The Jaguar Heritage Museum has to move

Posted on Monday, 6 February 2012 , 12:02:50 byEmil

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The Jaguar Heritage Museum has to move

The headquarters and also the production site of Jaguar were situated at the Browns Lane in Conventry for a lot of years, more than fifty. The complex included the Jaguar Heritage Museum and its collection of 150 cars. Back in 2007 an Australian developer bought the Browns Lane site and the museum had its days counted ever since. This year in September the impressive collection will have to relocate and the ad news is that it may do it to a location that is not really accessible to the public. The model will continue to be in circulation on loan to other museums or on the historical circuit like Goodwood. The Heritage Museum now has just 30 cars on site now. Anyway, the bad thing is that if they do not find a fast solution we will not be able to just go and visit the Jaguar Heritage Museum and see cars like the 1956 Jagur D-Type Long Nose 393RW or the 1935 SS Airline AWR564 whenever we want. This would be really bad.