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Australian Automotive: Then, Now and Beyond.

Join us for a lively panel discussion exploring the history of the local automotive industry and possibilities for the future.

The Borg-Warner transmission plant in Lavington produced manual and automatic transmissions for cars produced at home and abroad, including Chrysler, Ford, Maserati and even the London Taxi Company. At its peak, it employed over 1,200 people.

The operations at the factory faced frequent challenges, from fluctuations in the industry, including the impact of government policy, to changes to the automotive market. On the 31 October 2014, the plant ceased operations after 44 years.

To close the exhibition Changing Gears: Borg-Warner to DSI, join us for a lively panel discussion exploring the history of the local automotive industry and possibilities for the future.

DSI - Borg Warner open house 1978 - ARM 15.1007.050

Bookings essential
When
Friday 4 February, 5.30pm-7.00pm
Where
LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury
Price
Free


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