The MINI plant in Oxford has opened its centenary exhibition today to celebrate car making in Oxfordshire.
Visitors will be able to see a display of classic cars ranging from an early Bullnose Morris through to a modern day MINI.
The first car built in Oxford was the Bullnose Morris Oxford which emerged on 28th March 1913.
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