We have had a presence on the internet for at least 20 of our 30 years in business. From the first large computer which was heaved onto the kitchen table and powered up causing much excitement (and drain to the national grid! ), to today where business can be done from most locations via a hand held device. During all these advancements in technology our website has provided a platform for us to present our stock to potential customers from far flung corners of the world, ( Hello to our good friends in Australia, Belgium, France, Italy and Mapperley!). However the time has come for change, and, from October the 1st 2019, our old and much followed web site will close. We hope you will find our clearer and brighter website easy to navigate and follow us as before, add us to your favourites and continue to "ping" us pictures of your classic motoring memories which we would like to share on this page. We will miss the familiar "dashboard" header but changing times require us to keep up. As we speed towards the 2020s I wonder if I am the only one who would secretly like it to be the 1920s again, well, even if just for a day....
Glorious Goodwood !!
I can sometimes become blasé about this industry so to enjoy it from the other side of the track, as it were, has injected a rush of enthusiasm. Hoorah for those who dare, so bravely, to race their (very expensive) beautiful cars around the track so we can experience the thrill and sounds of the past. Many thanks to those who polish, preen, and petrol up their treasured possessions to proudly display in the eclectic car park collection. The joy of sharing in the excitement and theatre of it all has re ignited my passion for the job, I have always been a great believer in using the vehicles I own and have taken the rough with the smooth (weather, breakdowns, huge queues of traffic willing me up an incline etc) its heartening to see so many doing the same. So it just remains to say "Three Cheers to Goodwood !!" thank you for a glorious day of glamour and elegance, racing and parading and most of all for reminding me why I (and many others) love our classics!