Earlier in February the Workshop and Restoration Centre team attended the London Classic Car Show at Excel London. Visitors to the show were able to get up close to the Ferrari 512 BB engine and the Aston Martin DB4 engine on display on the Museum’s stand. Both engines have recently been completely rebuilt at the Museum Workshop and Restoration Centre. As well catching up with industry colleagues the show was also a great opportunity for Bradley Mauger, Workshop and Restoration Centre Manager, to meet up with many clients who were in London for the event.
Commercial Director Chris Scudds commented “This was a really successful show for the Workshop and Restoration Centre. With a heritage dating back over thirty five years they are building an enviable reputation for their knowledge and skill, which are key ingredients when clients are entrusting their precious motor cars to the team.”
The 1935 Delahaye 135 Course pictured is looked after by the Workshop and Restoration Centre Team and was also on display at the show during each afternoon parade. It is driven here by Bradley Mauger.