An historic 100-year-old Scout car takes pride of place outside Salisbury Museum on Tuesday. The car, first built in Salisbury in the early 1900s, has been kept in the museum’s offsite store for several years, but is unveiled to celebrate the BBC Antiques Roadshow visit to Salisbury Cathedral.

Working together with MG Cannon, the museum is making the rare piece of automotive history available for public viewing.

On Tuesday morning, MC Cannon will loan a driver and transporter vehicle to Salisbury Museum to take the car from their offsite location to the front of the museum.

The model is on display from 9am to 5pm tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14.

Pictured: BVM Sal Museum Scout car. By Adrian Green, Salisbury Museum.

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