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What is a Classic Car ?


Do you know there is no standard definition for a Classic Car ? Personally, we believe a classic car has got a certain 'something' that is very significant in the following areas

     »»  Its design
     »»  How it was manufactured
     »»  It's recognition in the industry
     »»  How it’s perceived by the public
     »»  Its racing success
     »»  Its popularity with owners

It's quite a stringent list but we think they are all relevant. More

Classic Car Restorations


Over the years our team have been involved in the build and restoration of countless classic cars, including Ford Mustangs, Lotus Elans, Minis, Sprites, MGC's, Aston Martins, Porsche 911's, Lotus Cortinas, Ford Galaxies and a number of single seater racing cars. Aside from these easily recognised marques, we like the diverse and we’re currently building a couple of Ogle SX1000's, a TVR Grantura and Volkswagen Beetle. Customer's car restorations presently list a Tornado Talisman, 2 Rochdale Olympics and an Arnott sports racing car. More

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