MOVE makes its mark on the world stage

PUTTING MOTORING HISTORY ON DISPLAY... General manager of the new MOVE in Shepparton, Peter Hill, stands beside one of the monster rigs on display while surrounded by a huge range of motoring history. Photos: The Adviser.

THE Museum for Motor Evolution (MOVE) opened for business and less than a week later, is unfortunately temporarily closed due to the latest COVID-19 lockdown.

The museum provides a glimpse into change in motoring over the years from its very onset with new exhibits coming in all the time.

It might be the latest muscle car from the US to sophisticated elegance from European designers, each provides a glimpse into the different phase motoring transits.

A large part of the display centres around the trucking history of the Goulburn Valley with large rigs from some of the local trucking families on display. Some go back to their earliest days; others are current giants from their latest fleet.

In the museum there are also a number of associated displays that complement the vehicles on display, with the fashion of the day or the way we have communicated over the years. There is also the engineering history from Shepparton on show in the Furphy museum.

The museum is opened every day from 10am to 4pm (COVID restrictions excepted)