From a simple oil change to more comprehensive winter, summer and event preparaiton services, we will look after your classic car with the same exacting standards and attention to detail that goes into all of our award-winning restorations.
Over the years, CMC’s experienced engineers and technicians have been trusted with the restoration of many of the most historic Jaguar’s ever built as well as anything from the early Austin Swallow, through to the SS100, XK120, XK140, XK150, MK2, E-type, and XJS models, including regular work on other marques such as Aston Martin, Bugatti, Ferrari, Squire and Lancia, amongst others.
We are delighted to be opening on Saturday the 5th of October 2019 our first ever auction. Our commitment is always to provide interesting activities for the classic car market, so we have decided to stage ‘The Great Garage Sale.’” The auction will fea ... Read More
“Having successfully sourced the vehicle for me, the enhancements to the cooling and braking systems, enabled me to enjoy a fantastic summers motoring this year. All in all, I covered in excess of 3,000 miles over the summer without the car missing a beat. I shall be in touch shortly to discuss servicing arrangements over the winter”.
“Your team are the ones who keep my car running so well, and looking so good. I thought I would drop you a line and say thank you for your professionalism and friendly service.”
“I purchased a FHC E-Type from them in July 2002. They were very patient with me, and took the trouble to sort out my numerous queries and provided a comprehensive and detailed spec on the car that was completely accurate.”
“CMC are always efficient, courteous, effective and reliable in everything that they do. Perhaps the greatest benefit is the peace of mind that comes with entrusting my car to people who really know and understand the marque and model and who can invariably go straight to the heart of the problem and fix it without abortive work, saving valuable time and money. The quality of service and workmanship is excellent.”