Date: 3rd August 2020

Atom Junior E-Type    A very exciting opportunity to own what we think is the ‘Coolest E-Type in existence’. GGB 178N, a purpose-built junior E-Type made by Alpha in Poland. Wearing its Yellow Primrose paintwork, this beautiful little car was originally made for the owner's children to learn to drive. Manufactured in 1989 in Poland, the car was purchased by its current owner on the 23rd of November 1989.   In 2008 it was subject to a full restoration by Joss Davenport assisted by John Young. Davenport a well-known expert on Jaguars. The junior E-Type was based on the current owners' Yellow V12 which he has owned since July 1990. The trim work was carried ou ...

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Date: 31st July 2020

  Entered into this year's virtual Concours, our 1955 Lancia Aurelia B20 Series 4 GT has won 3rd in class. Taking part in the Post War Grand Tourers 1945-59, it was up against some tough competition including a Bentley R-Type Fastback, Ferrari 195 Inter Coupe by Touring as well as a host of other marques.    Manufactured on March 5, 1954, this Lancia Aurelia B20 has undergone what is believed to be one of the first-ever nut-and-bolt restorations carried out by motor-engineering apprentices anywhere in the world. The apprentices – at CMC, Classic Motor Cars, in Bridgnorth, Shropshire – spent four years taking the car apart and rebuilding it bit by bit in order t ...

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Date: 17th July 2020

We are pleased to announce our latest restoration, Aston Martin DBSV8 barn find. Currently, in a sorry state, our skilled technicians will be carrying out a full sympathetic restoration trying to retain as much original paint, trim, and bodywork.  This Aston Martin V8 DBS has recently entered our workshop. The CMC team will be carrying out a sympathetic restoration on the car to bring it back to the original condition. We shall attend to all mechanical repairs for safety-critical and long term reliability on the car as well as sympathetically restoring the body and trim work. We aim to retain as much of the original paint, trim and bodywork as possible.  V8 DBS's ...

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Date: 4th May 2020

British Icon top of the list for back to work Classic Motor Cars Ltd (CMC) the world-renowned restoration company is getting back to work on one of the most famous cars of all time. The company which has won dozens of awards for restorations is to start limited production work at the headquarters on Bridgnorth Shropshire on Monday May 11th. Once of the first tasks will be to start work again on the restoration of the Aston Martin Bulldog supercar from the 1980’s. “This car is a British icon, so it seems only fitting that this will be one of the first restorations we start work on again when we get back in”, said managing Director Nigel Woodward”. He added:  &ldqu ...

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