Black Country Living Museum celebrates 12th annual vehicle festival

A newly renovated 1950s ‘Frisky’.

A newly renovated 1950s ‘Frisky’.

First published in Local

THE largest rally of locally manufactured vehicles will cavalcade around the Black Country Living Museum next month.

Now wheeling into its 12th year, the Festival of Black Country Vehicles will take place on Sunday July 27, promising enthusiasts a weekend of motoring entertainment that will be the torque of the town.

More than 100 vehicles that were built in the Black Country will be on display around the museum’s 26 acre site, including a rare and newly renovated 1950s ‘Frisky’ with one of its original project design engineers and vintage vehicles including Austin, Jensen, Lomax and Westfield.

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