Show season is here!
News & Events / May 3rd, 2019 9:26 am

Eastbourne's Magnificent Motors - 4 & 5 May 2019

Magnificent Motors is established as one of the biggest FREE motoring spectaculars on the south coast. With more than 900 vintage and classic cars, motorbikes, buses, and more expected to display on Eastbourne's Western Lawns and Wish Tower Slopes with live music entertainment in tow throughout the weekend!

The long established free motoring event regularly attracts interest from over 40 car clubs across Sussex, Kent and further afield, wi...

News & Events / February 26th, 2019 9:18 am

We are looking to add a new member of staff to compliment our existing team.


We are looking for a fully skilled panel beater who is confident, experienced, has fabrication skills and knowledge to match our needs.


Paint and prep skills would be beneficial along with strip and refit experience.


Ideally, a good all rounder and someone from a restoration background would be an advantage.


You must be a dedicated, hard working individual and be passiona...

Teaming up with SuperPro!
News & Events / July 5th, 2018 9:33 am

We are pleased to announce we are an approved stockist for SuperPro Europe
, they offer fantastic suspension products we have been using for many years.

SuperPro has the largest range of aftermarket polyurethane bushes available and are currently manufacturing more than 6500 products at their own facility in Brisbane, Australia.

All SuperPro products:

  • are made from SuperPro's own proprietary special elastomer-based engineering-grade polyurethane formula
  • exhibit the best characterist...
MOT exemption for modified classics
News & Events / January 17th, 2018 8:02 am

Minor modifications will not affect the new MOT rules for classic cars, the Department for Transport has clarified.

According to the Government, vintage vehicles that have had minor changes made, will not be required to undergo the annual roadworthiness test, in line with changes announced this year that exempt cars over 40 years old.

Speaking to consumer site Honest John, a spokesman for the DfT said: “Most vehicles manufactured or first registered over 40 years ago will, as of 20 May, 2018, be exempt from period testing – unless they have been substantially changed.”

Classic car owners have been concerned that the term “modified” could refer to the replacement of original parts that has been an essential part of keeping the motor up and running.

However, the Government has quashed the fears, with the spokesman adding that only “substantially changed” vehicles will require re-registration as part of a separate process.

Who’s exempt?
Replacement chassis that are made with t...
English wheel repairs to E-Type bonnet
News & Events / January 12th, 2018 3:57 pm

Dave and Paul run the lower bonnet section of this series 1.5 E-Type through the English wheel to reshape the damaged areas.