Variety of classic car firms to appear at Race Retro

Variety of classic car firms to appear at Race Retro

A number of top engineering firms will be on hand alongside classic cars at the upcoming Race Retro event, which will be taking place from March 12th to 14th.

Crosthwaite and Gardiner, which restores and looks after historic racing cars, will be displaying some of its products such as Jaguar sumps and Bugatti fasteners.

Cape International, meanwhile, will be showing how it can improve Austin Healey classic cars and Lola''s stand will feature a T70 Spider and an Isla Racing two-litre car, once driven by Travis drummer Neil Primrose.

David Brown Vintage and Classic Restoration will be exhibiting for the first time and will be showing a Riley Roadster the company restored several years ago.

Established in 1984, the business offers a number of services including electrical repairs, which includes improvement of charging and lighting systems.

Also appearing at Race Retro will be Jaguar specialists M and C Wilkinson, which will have four cars on display, including a recently-restored Broadspeed XJ Coupe.

Written by Stephen JamesADNFCR-2809-ID-19636478-ADNFCR

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