The Skoda and Tatra Museum Committee recently took possession of their new building.
They have started to move exhibits into the building in preparation for opening day on March 2 at 11.30am.
More vehicles will be delivered throughout January, including a very rare World War II Tatra truck possibly used for mobile communications - perhaps the only restored vehicle in Australia.
A huge opening is anticipated, with the Czech Ambassador, Oberon mayor Kathy Sajowitz and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole invited to attend.
The museum committee has arranged a leading Czech rally driver to be present and if that’s not enough, there will be an 18-piece band to help proceedings along.
Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway committee members will also be in attendance and the Oberon Station precinct will be participating by being open to welcome all Skoda guests.
The Skoda and Tatra Register will be great neighbours and will be working in with OTHR as much as possible during the coming years.