01 May, 2020
Welcome to our new website
Our previous website served us well for ten years, but we realised it was not mobile responsive and we wanted to share what we do and some of our experiences with classic cars, some great ones, some not so great ones, and even some tragedies.
Despite being introduced to and working on cars since the age of 12 in my Uncle's garage in Croydon and the wealth of experience I have gained in working on engines, restoring cars, racing them, having for a period of time a large car showroom and importing large numbers of them, sometimes the heart overrules the head when looking at the potential in restoring a car to more than just a shade of its former glory.
The search for classic cars goes on.
I have produced a definitive list of classic cars we definitely are interested in, but even if your car model is not on the list, don't dismiss us out of hand, call or email us, we would love to hear from you.
Our interest in classic cars is not limited to prestige cars such as the E-Type Jag and Aston Martin DB5's (think, "Bond, James Bond"), show us a Triumph Dolomite Sprint or a Ford Cortina and we would love to see it.
A Ford Cortina in 1972, that would be the MK3, the basic model would cost you £963.00 and the Jaguar E-Type V12 a snip at £3,139.00.
Bear in mind for a moment that the "average house price" was about 5,000 and it puts things into perspective.
So please get in touch if you have a classic car from the 1950's to the early nineties, send us some details and we will get right back to you.
We hope you like our new website, it is not confined to what we want to buy but has a selection of cars we have either bought, restored, or just seen and taken a picture of and we have put in the gallery.