The British Motor Museum in Warwickshire, England, holds the world's largest collection of historic British cars. There are over 300 classic cars on display from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Jaguar Heritage Trust.

The collection, now cared for by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, was developed in the 1970s when a new division of the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BLMC) was formed to preserve and manage the company's collection of historic vehicles.

In 1979, the company became BL Heritage Limited, adopting a new headquarters at Studley, Warwickshire. Two years later, a museum was opened at the London Transport Museum's former home of Syon Park, west of London, where some 100 vehicles from the collection were put on display.

One of the historic British cars is displayed in the museum, such as: The very first Land Rover (1948), The first and last production models of the Land Rover Freelander, Various Land Rover, Range Rover, and Rover P5 vehicles used by the British Royal Family and senior politicians, An SAS Land Rover, Prototype Land Rover 101 Recovery Truck, Shaun the Sheep Land Rover Defender….

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