Warrnambool Motor Museum

Dean Montgomery bought the almost derelict FJ Pleasant Hill site in 2014 and since then has taken on the enormous challege to restore and transfrom the site.  A Warrnambool Motor Museum, over two floors, looks set to be an important tourist destination that will bring people to the old Fletcher Jones gardens and site just like the old days.  The museum is planned to open in the old FJ Factory in 2017 with a collection of 200 cars - 52 of them owned by Dean Montgomery!   The logo for the museum is a clever design incorporating the Silver Ball.  What better way to direct people to the new museum than to say - it's under the Silver Ball!  


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