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Honda and Lambo museums open to the world

17.10.2013

IF YOU’RE a fan of all things motoring, then you certainly understand the appeal of an automotive museum.

Unfortunately for us South African petrolheads, the best motoring museums are usually found on other continents.

Honda and Lamborghini have come up with a bright idea to sort this problem. Honda’s Collection Hall, located in Japan, and Lamborghini’s museum in Sant’ Agata are now available to browse through Google Street View.

At the Honda museum, you’ll be able to browse three floors of Honda history, while Lamborghini gives you access to every single model ever produced at its factory. Lambo takes it a step further by allowing visitors to climb inside and experience the interiors of certain models.

It’s not exactly the same as going there in person, but it is a nice consolation prize for those who can’t afford to see these magnificent machines in person.

The links to both museums can be found below.

Honda: http://bit.ly/19H3r3E

Lamborghini http://bit.ly/GN5fOw

Article written by Autodealer
17.10.2013
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