A LIFETIME of RESTORING & RACING CLASSIC CARS AND MOTORCYCLES

 

I started working in the British car industry when I was 16 back in 1966. In 1973 I started my own British car repair shop and built it into a world leading parts and restoration company. Here is a sample of the various projects I worked on over my life time and a few cars I raced. Hope you enjoy them.






This is an XK120 I converted to a modified E Type IRS.














This race car I built and raced in the 1990s. In 1996 I won the west coast CP championship with this car. Fun year!


My 1964 E Type race car that I have raced for 40+ years and won many races with.

A very highly modified Porsche 911 motor I built for an RS clone.

A modified Buell cafe racer I built.

A 1965 TVR Griffith 200 I restored and modified for racing. After racing it here I sold it to a racer in England who won many races with it.

When we were aShelby American dealer back in the 1990s I had to race a Cobra to promote sales.... :)

A one of a kind CBX Spondon motorcycle I built and still own.


A nice super charged Morris Minor motor I built.

A 454 Hilborn injected motor built for the street. It dyno's at 618BHP!

1951 Vincent Black Shadow restored from a pile of parts.





1965 Corvette restored as a 50th birthday present for Bonnie.




A 911RS Clone custom built by me, sold to Adam Corrlla.









One of the many, many Jaguar motors rebuilt over the ages.






A full race motor I built for my E Type race car.









A custom built frame I designed for a XK120 resto-mod













46 years of my life spent there.


























A 1915 Model T speedster I built and raced. Here at the vintage Ford drag races I achieved 28 MPH!!


































































































































































































































































































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