I believe my vehicle was once on display at the National Motor Museum, can you tell me if this is true?
Many vehicles have been displayed at the National Motor Museum since its inception as the Birdwood Mill Museum in 1964. In the early days the Museum was in private hands and its then owners bought and sold many vehicles depending on their own collection preferences. Since the Museum was purchased by the South Australian Government most vehicles have either become part of the State Collection or have been loaned to the Museum by private individuals. Your vehicle may have once been at the Museum on loan from a previous private owner. If this is the case we are unable to put you in contact with the previous owner due to privacy laws. However, we will endeavour to contact them on your behalf if you so wish. It is then up to the previous owner as to whether they contact you.