Classic car restorer set for busy 2010

Classic car restorer set for busy 2010

Automobile company G and R Classics is gearing up for a busy year ahead as it is planning to appear at a number of events throughout 2010.

In February, the restorer and modifier of classic cars is holding an open day along with the MG Owners Club.

According to G and R Classics, other car clubs have been in contact about working together and dates are in the process of being confirmed.

Between March 19th and 21st, the company will be exhibiting at the British Leisure Show being held in Windsor, before making an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

It will also be present at the Silverstone Classic between July 23rd and 25th as well as at Goodwood Revival from September 17th to 19th.

G and R Classics is set to hold a number of workshop open days throughout 2010 too, including ones on May 15th, June 26th, July 31st and September 25th.

Written by Stephen JonesADNFCR-2809-ID-19597073-ADNFCR

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