Heritage Motor Centre (Warwickshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Banbury Road / Gaydon / Warwickshire / CV35 0BJ / This museum presents the world's largest collection of ... more
Newest Review: ... prejudicial. This was exactly the kind of new experience I wanted and needed to banish an afternoon's potential boredom. Having said that, I will start with one negative point. The layout and directions aren't immediately clear. Unless you read and follow the little guide leaflet you are given at reception, you are not going to follow the 'correct' trail. Having said that, we didn't follow ... more
Customer Heritage Motor Centre (Warwickshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/04/08 (Very useful, 134 readings)
It's very important to me that I make something very clear from the outset - I have never been a car enthusiast. Ok, so I watch Top Gear. But, hand on heart, who can honestly say they watch Top Gear for the cars anymore? No, we watch it to see for the comedy value, the stunts, and the challenges. My other reason for watching it is to thank God that I'm not Jeremy Clarkson. Ok, so my best friend knows more about cars than Henry Ford and Murray Walker put together. We sometimes talk motors but, sadly, there are only so many letters and numbers I can process in one sentence, and once that threshold has been reached I start hearing songs in my head. ... Read the complete review
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