Date: 15th April 2020

Sir Stirling Moss It was with great sadness that the Board of CMC learnt of the death of Sir Stirling Moss over the weekend. Stirling was a great ambassador for motor racing and for classic cars, always being interested in what was being restored and saved for posterity particularly vehicles that were an important part of this country’s heritage. He supported British manufacturers during his racing career sometimes to his detriment when competing with foreign manufacturers. He was hugely supportive of the UK. The ultimate ambassador whose activities and that of his motor racing colleagues was of huge benefit from a PR perspective. This can certainly be said of his win in the 1955 Milli ...

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Date: 27th March 2020

The Directors of Classic Motor Cars (CMC) in Bridgnorth have taken the decision to close the business until the end of the current government restrictions. This is to protect the health of employees, customers and suppliers, which is of paramount importance to us. We would like to thank you for your understanding at this difficult time and we look forward to seeing you and your cherished classic as soon as possible. We will provide updates on our website based on Government advice. Some of our team will be working from home and will be available to answer any questions that you may have.   In the meantime we wish you and your families the best of health and a safe isolation. For Fu ...

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Date: 6th March 2020

A British icon that was designed by Aston Martin in the late 1970’s to show off the capabilities of its new engineering facility is to be restored by Classic Motor Cars. The Aston Martin Bulldog, styled by William Towns, is a one off concept car that Aston Martin created to prove that it was not only a small company of renowned motoring artisans but that it’s engineering prowess was also world class. Aston Martin hoped that the car would be capable of over 200 miles per hour making it the fastest production car of its time. However, testing and development were curtailed with the car tantalisingly close to its design performance having achieved 191 miles per hour in testing at MI ...

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Date: 29th February 2020

***Due to current Government guidelines, we regrettably have had to make the decision to postpone until further notice. We hope to be able to confirm a new date soon.***   CMC announce a valuation and appraisal day. We are delighted to announce that we will be holding on February 29th  a valuation and appraisal day for cars, bikes and automobilia, when owners will be able to get a free valuation on their precious items. CMC will be open for the day with tours of their famous facility and it will also be hosting a motoring book fair. We are doing this because we will be holding a major car, motorcycle and memorabilia auction at our annual open day  year on Saturday May 30t ...

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