VintageCars.com is a vehicle bodywork restoration company formed around a talented & vastly experienced
workforce. There are no short cuts when it comes to providing quality of work, and to this end our craftsmen have all been chosen because they have had decades of experience in working on the worlds finest vehicles - form Auto Unions to Austin Sevens, Ferrari GTO's to Stanley Steamers we have worked on them all.
VintageCars.com restoration workshops are based in Lymington, Hampshire, UK.
Our Craftsmen have a combined experience of well over 100 years working on historically
|Gary played an important part in the formation of VintageCars.com but has now left. He was involved with the restoration of various Auto-Unions as head panelbeater at Roach Manufacturing in Hampshire where he worked for close to 17 years, and before that at Rod Jolley Coachbuilding.
He can be seen at work in Peter Vann's excellent book on Auto-Unions, making a new body for the Streamliner and restoring the Hans Stuck Hill Climb Car. Gary has now left and we wish him all the best with his chosen path.
Miles worked for Rod Jolley Coachbuilding for 13 Years and then for Roach Manufacturing where he tackled such jobs as 1930's GP Mercedes and Low Chassis Invicta.
Andy worked for Rod Jolley Coachbuilding for 7 years and then for Roach Manufacturing for the last 7 years working on Alfa Romeo's, Lancia, Auto-Union etc
Dugal worked for Rod Jolley Coachbuilding for 10 years working on Ferrari GTO's 63 & 64, Ferrari Mondial, 275GTB, 250SWB, Auto Unions, Lotus, Mercedes SSK etc and then ran a successful Aluminium Bodywork Business for 7 years building design prototypes and restoring Bentleys, Invictas etc
David worked for Rod Jolley Coachbuilding for 15 years working on a wide variety of very prestigious projects.
Geoffrey worked for a specialist firm that instructs pupils in the art of using the English Wheeling Machine.
Victor worked in the aircraft, railway and car industry on single and double curvature metalwork for many years.