The workshop at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu is opening its doors to historic vehicles owned by enthusiasts as its engineers draw upon decades of experience to expertly maintain customers’ cherished cars.
For nearly half a century, the workshop engineers have kept the National Motor Museum’s prestigious vehicle collection in tip-top order, tackling Land Speed Record breakers, legendary racing cars, unique luxury limousines, film-star cars and more.
Now the workshop engineers are offering the same quality of service to private owners of historic vehicles, from veteran and vintage cars all the way up to pre-1970s classics.
National Motor Museum Manager and Chief Engineer Doug Hill explained, “We are proud to be offering our skills to owners of older motor vehicles, helping them to keep their much-loved vehicles in fine working order.
“Between us, we have built up a collective experience of more than 100 years, working on some of the finest motor vehicles in the world. Now we are delighted to be helping other enthusiasts to look after their own cars and preserve their historic importance.”
While the ongoing maintenance of the museum collection of over 280 vehicles is a labour of love, the workshop team is now also welcoming new engineering challenges.
As a result, the engineers are able to apply their renowned high standard of workmanship to specialist maintenance, servicing and expert repairs. If your historic vehicle is in need of care, contact the workshop team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss specific requirements.
The new programme will provide a welcome boost to its finances which have been badly hit by the restrictions surrounding lockdowns and social distancing which have seen many events cancelled at the world-famous venue on the south coast.