London Motor Museum To Display Rare And Unique Cars At Autosport International 2014

January 10, 2014 By Mike Lee
Last updated on August 7, 2015

Home to one of the largest collections of both classic and custom automobiles in Europe, the London Motor Museum will proudly be displaying some of its rarest machinery at the world’s greatest four wheel indoor extravaganza this weekend.

London Motor Museum founder Elo, will take the Gumpert Apollo, GT500 and the RAAW street rod to showcase the rare and unique cars from the collection of over 200 all available to view at the museum in Hayes, London seven days a week.

The Gumpert Apollo has been part of the London Motor Museum’s collection for over two years and is one of the fastest supercars in the world. Also on display will be the GT500, a Ford Mustang Shelby and one of the world’s most powerful production V8s with a top speed of 202mph. The RAAW street rod is a 1952 Chevrolet speedster street rod and has been uniquely customised by the London Motor Museum. Inspired by World War 2 fighter jets London Motor Museum has chopped, channelled and decked the original two door sedan and created a boat tail by welding the bonnet to the rear.

Autosport International is the world’s greatest four wheel indoor extravaganza held at the NEC, Birmingham featuring every level of motor racing from karting to Formula 1. Now in it’s 24th year the show caters for both industry professionals and motorsport fans with exhibitors from the entire automotive world on display.

London Motor Museum owner and founder Elo commented: “Autosport International is a fantastic exhibition and we’re delighted to be taking three unique cars from our 200-strong collection, to show a different side to motorsport and car culture. Each of the cars represents something different from the London Motor Museum and all have our unique stamp on them – come and see for yourselves!”

London Motor Museum will feature on stand 9220 on the 11th and 12th January.

Autosport International tickets are available to purchase at