Battistinis are proud to announce that Beaulieu, The National Motor Museum has included a Battistinis ‘one-of-a-kind’ custom bike in their latest Exhibition to be unveiled to the general public, being titled ‘The Art of Custom’.
As the name suggests the exhibition showcase’s a collection of cars and bikes dating from the beginning of the Hot Rod movement, that have been uniquely transformed into one-off concept designs.
Everyone who attended the opening of the event, which had its ribbon cut by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu on Monday 17th March deemed the exhibition an absolute success. The exhibition is housed within The National Motor Museum and will run throughout the duration of the year.
Whether your interest is as an individual, a motor enthusiast, or as a member of an interest group or educational party, when it comes to cars, motorbikes, commercial vehicles, motoring eccentricities and memorabilia, the
The Collection now comprises of some 250 vehicles - from some of the earliest examples of motoring to legendary World Record Breakers like Bluebird and Golden Arrow - you are sure to find something to fascinate you and sit perfectly next door to ‘The Art of Custom’ Exhibition.
You must experience this unique collection for yourself , contact Beaulieu direct to find out about ‘The Art of Custom’ and all other events, festivals and happenings an this perfect venue that is set in the heart of the