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Bubblecars in Lincolnshire

By Linda Tancs

Bubblecars are a form of microcar, typically characterized by their three wheels and an engine capacity under 700cc. They are a significant part of British motoring history, so it should come as no surprise that the Bubblecar Museum near Boston in Lincolnshire is dedicated to them. The only public museum of its kind in the country, over 50 microcars are on display, many featuring period backgrounds. You’ll find examples of the prominent English manufacturers like Bond, Reliant, Bamby and Meadows Frisky. And yes, you can take a ride in one.

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