Mallalieu Motor Museum

Bill Mallalieu’s love affair with cars is still going strong. His latest acquisition is quite a bit younger than him - a 63 year old Studebaker 1960. He’s always wanted to own what, in his eyes, is the prettiest car made in the USA. It’s extremely rare; 20 right hand drives were made and only 2 went to England. 

Visitors invariably enjoy Bill’s ability to share his experiences and knowledge about the motor vehicle industry over the past 70 years. His passion for beautifully made motor cars is infectious and he shares his endless knowledge in an eloquent and entertaining manner.

Along with his knowledge of the classics - “the older the cars, the better they work” - his knowledge of the global car industry today is extensive and he enjoys a discussion on the subject. Each year he has a couple of additions and some more items of interest to share with his visitors.

Cars on display include: 1955 Rover 75, 1949 Allard P1, 1947 Bentley Drophead Coupe, 1953 Citroen Big 15, 1963 Triumph TR4, 1964 Volvo 122S, 1937 Chevrolet Master 6 and more...

Love cars? Drop by one morning when Mr. Mallalieu is there. Open during normal working hours Admission BB$20.

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